Residents can pay bills at mobile kiosk in Setia Alam

Sowing seeds of community service

Automotive college sends first batch of students to Liverpool

Lessons in productivity for Malaysian youth


Students clean up Sungai Kinta

Other efforts: The students were also briefed on how water is treated at the biological treatment plant before being discharged into Sungai Kinta.

ABOUT 135 SMK Raja Perempuan Ipoh students took part in an effort to help clean up Sungai Kinta.

Anglers not deterred by croc in Likas lagoon

Anglers fishing at the Likas lagoon in Kota Kinabalu despite crocodile sightings. — NORMIMIE DIUN/TheStar

KOTA KINABALU: The presence of a crocodile in the Likas lagoon is apparently no deterrent for anglers to stay away from the area and that is worrying the state Wildlife Department.


Progression of a satay town

Kajang is busy with the construction of the MRT station.

GROWING up, I moved around a lot because of my dad’s job. I have lived in at least six cities and went to five different schools.

Graffiti has its place in Melbourne

A vertical form of street art in an approved location in Melbourne.

ON THE occasional train rides from Glen Waverley Station to Flinders Street Station in Melbourne city, I have two options to keep me entertained.

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A sixer for Royal Klang Club

1 Paramalingam in action during the game as other players look on.

In conjunction with Malaysia Day last month, Royal Klang Club (RKC) held a cricket carnival at their premises.




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