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For the champ: Host Ribena Berry holding up a trophy that will go to one of the category winners during the “Aiyoh Wat Lah” Awards 2015 at Sarang Paloh, Ipoh.

Group watching out for women’s rights

26 May 2015

IN today’s Malaysian society, trends of sexism and misogynism can be seen in many aspects — one of them being discrimination against women politicians.

Seeking help: Johar (right) explaining the situation to Asad while Tan looks on.

Orang asli from Simpang Pulai want govt to stop project in their area

26 May 2015

ABOUT 300 orang asli from nine villages in Simpang Pulai hope the state would use its authority to stop an agro-farming and agro-tourism project on their “tanah adat” (customary land).

Here are the gifts: Ng (right) presenting the company’s sponsorship for Ipoh Starwalk 2015 to The Star’s representative Tan Cheak Tong.

Faithful supporter sponsors sachets of herbal tea

26 May 2015

HOVID Bhd has been a faithful supporter of Ipoh Starwalk since its introduction in 2004.

Power up: Tiew (right) showing the power banks for the lucky draw prizes before handing over to The Star representative Tan Cheak Tong at Upper EastTiger Lane sales office in Ipoh.

Firm sponsors 50 power banks for lucky draw

26 May 2015

PARTICIPANTS of Ipoh Starwalk 2015 will get the chance to get a handy new gadget with Curah Bahagia Sdn Bhd’s sponsorship of lucky draw prizes.

Anning Old Folks Home residents helping out in preparing stalks of flowers that would be sold at nearby morning markets.

The cost of living has gone up with GST, especially for old folk

26 May 2015

SENIOR citizen A. Selvarajah’s wallet is set back by at least RM100 each month ever since the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on April 1.

Company sees lower charter rates on over supply of vessels

26 May 2015

KUCHING: Sealink International Bhd expects the charter rates for new offshore supply vessel (OSV) contracts to be soft in view of the current excess supply of such vessels.

Su (second from left) distributing money contribution and goody bags to students from Sk St Ampangan.

A more meaningful Gawai

26 May 2015

KUCHING: About 70 students from Sekolah Kebangsaan St Alban Ampungan, Serian, will be celebrating this Gawai day in style, courtesy of Kelab AmBank Group (KAG).

Accessible now: Chairman of SUPP Bukit Assek, Chieng Buong Toon(centre) with residents of Jalan Chong Sang standing

Residents grateful for through road

26 May 2015

SUPP Bukit Assek chairman Chieng Buong Toon (centre) with residents of Jalan Sung Sang standing on
the cement path which the branch had just built for them.

Major attraction: Ipoi Datan showing a poster of the upcoming Irau Aco Lun Bawang. Photo: ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE

Big crowd expected at Lun Bawang festival

26 May 2015

KUCHING: Several thousand people are expected to throng Long Tuan village in Trusan, Lawas, for a weekend of festivities at the upcoming Irau Aco Lun Bawang.

Selling well: The shop units and apartments at Stutong Heights have contributed much to the group’s first-quarter profit.

Developer plans more launches

26 May 2015

KUCHING: Property developer Ibraco Bhd posted impressive results for first quarter ended March 31, 2015, thanks mainly from the sales of its projects.

Risky: More than 3,000 passengers departed from the Kapit terminal daily one week before Gawai last year.

300 enforcement officers deployed to prevent boat accidents during Gawai

26 May 2015

SIBU: The Sarawak Rivers Board is serious about the safety of people using riverine transport during the coming Gawai Dayak celebration and is deploying up to 300 enforcement officers for beat duty.

Worried: Residents of Kampung Pujut Tanjung Batu in Miri gathering for a meeting after being issued notices to vacate their homes.

Two villages told to make way for development

26 May 2015

MIRI: More than 300 villagers in two villages in Miri have sent an appeal for help to politicians after receiving notices to vacate their homes from a private development company.

Still standing 100 years later

26 May 2015

THE quiet Asam Kumbang New Village in Kuala Kubu Baru (KKB) comes alive during weekends as cyclists make a pit stop on the way to Fraser’s Hill.

Politicians should lead by example to improve public perception

26 May 2015

JOHOR BARU: Politicians will need to "walk the talk" and be good role models so that people will have a better perception about them.

Attractive state: Dr Anwar (left) presenting a souvenir to Universiti Teknologi Malaysia vice-chancellor Datuk Dr Wahid Omar.

Palestine beckons

26 May 2015

JOHOR BARU: Palestine wants to attract more Malaysian Muslims and Christians to visit the state as there are many interesting historical and religious places for them to see.

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