85% of KL businesses rely on foreign workers


Shed light on proposed hike for low-cost units

Jagdeep Singh showing a letter he wrote to Abdul Rahman during the press conference in Komtar, Penang.

THE Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Ministry has been asked to clarify its recent proposal to increase the prices of low-cost (LC) and low medium-cost (LMC) housing units.

Savouring rich heritage

Seva (in red and orange saree) preparing the ‘vellai paniyaram’ with Visalakshi.

A FESTIVE mood reigned as the Nattukottai Nagarathar community came together to celebrate their food and culture at the Penang Spastic Centre.


Youngest finalist walks tall

Swarna has experience modelling for the runway as well as in photo shoots.
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As the youngest competitor in The Next Miss Universe Malaysia 2016, Swarna Naidu identifies herself as a free-spirited person who is always up for spontaneous adventure.

Many benefits for commuters opting to use public transport

The Ongs travelling on public transport for the first time. Free from the hassles of driving, they are able to focus their attention on what matters – each other.

RM1,200 – that’s the approximate monthly transport expenditure for someone who drives a Saga FLX, lives in Bukit OUG and works in Phileo Damansara, Petaling Jaya.

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Volleyball carnival sets new record

Christopher (in black-and-white shirt) presenting a certificate to Tony (second from left) while Klava vice-president and event organising chairman Tee Kum Seng (left), Keng Chok (centre) and Thean Lim (right) look on. — Photos by LOW LAY PHON/The Star

The recent SunnyGold Kuala Lumpur Volleyball Carnival has etched its name in the Malaysia Books of Records for having the most number of participants in a volleyball tournament.



Camaraderie in the city

Children dressed up as who or what they want to be for the dress-up competition.

IT WAS a fun day out for Shah Alam residents at the annual Community Sports Carnival held in Dataran Kemerdekaan, Shah Alam recently.


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