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ipavision 020815 3... Visitors intrigued by some games at the 10th Festival of the Mind last year at UTAR Perak.

Unlocking the mind’s potential

5 August 2015

WITH the vision of each and every Malaysian unleashing their mind’s unlimited potential and developing their brainpower, the Malaysia Festival of the Mind stages another comeback this time at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Perak on Aug 8 and 9.

1 Brother Vincent (third from right) cutting the cake. With him are Chan (fourth from right), Lee (second from right) and other school officials.2 Brother Vincent being greeted upon his arrival for the ceremony.3 Brother Vincent (second from left) receiving a pomelo from the lion, while Chan (left) and Lee (third from left) look on.4 St Michael’s Institution military band performing during the celebration.Photos: SAIFUL BAHRI

Recognition of dedication

5 August 2015

SMK St Michael Ipoh Brother Director Datuk Brother Vincent J. Corkery’s 70th anniversary celebration as a La Sallian brother was a grand affair.

High quality: Jerip (sitting, right) showing the scanning made from the new MRI 1.5 Tesla.

New MRI scanner will improve services

5 August 2015

KUCHING: The Kuching Specialist Hospital (KPJ) has introduces a new Siemens Magnetom Avanto 1.5 Tesla MRI to replace the old machine.

pix 8: The contestants for the Mr BCF 70kg and below category.

Buda flexes his charm

5 August 2015

MASTER bodybuilder Buda Anchan was in a league of his own when he was crowned 2015 Mr BCF (Borneo Cultural Festival).

Not everyone wants a wide lawn

5 August 2015

NO politics this week. It was the obvious column to write but aren’t we all suffering from political fatigue?

An artists impression of the proposed new Centre for Technical Excellence Sarawak, Lundu Campus. - Zulazhar Sheblee / The Star

New technical centre in Lundu to train local youths

5 August 2015

LUNDU: A new technical training centre to be built here will provide more opportunities for local youths to enhance their employability by acquiring relevant skills.

Fast and tasty: The contestants preparing a Maggi Mi Goreng dish in the first challenge of the finale.

Maggi contest winner takes home Toyota Hilux

5 August 2015

KUCHING: Titus Chin Yu Tet emerged as the winner of the Nikmati Mi Maggi & Menang Gawai contest after beating five other contestants in the final round of challenges.

Ex-SAS soldiers honour heroes with plaque

5 August 2015

KUCHING: A group of ex-Australian Special Air Service Regiment (SAS) soldiers has contributed a commemorative plaque to Sarawak’s Heroes Memorial Park here.

pic for story mrbabies in newsdeskcaption------penan kids in ulu rejang constituency in kapit division in central sarawak watching curiously at visitors. there are many of these penans and other native kids who have no birth certificates or Mykads in interior sarawak. stephen then pic.

Educating natives on their rights

5 August 2015

MIRI: Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (JOAS), which is fighting for the rights and welfare of native communities nationwide, will establish a special wing for children during the national conference in Kuching this weekend.

Roosters kept in cages like these in Bukit Sentosa are likely to be for cockfighting activity.

Cockfighting activities still ongoing despite raid by authorities

5 August 2015

COCKFIGHT is thriving in the Hulu Selangor district with some abandoned houses being turned into cockfighting rings.

1 Rimmer (left) celebrating her 98th birthday which was also the date her book was launched. 2 A unique tribute to palliative care patients.

Poignant portraits of patients

5 August 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Age has finally caught up with Tina Rimmer. The artist who turned 98 on Aug 1, had ommemorated the lives of cancer patients in sketches.

Interesting faces: Nur Jazlan (right) and Idris (left) visit the Kompleks Tan Sri Mohamed Rahmat gallery after launching the Pulai Umno meeting.

State to monitor trans-border crimes

5 August 2015

JOHOR BARU: The Government will extend the Border Intelligence Unit and the Southern Region Base to Johor to monitor trans-border criminal activities this part of the peninsula.

Johor Baru MP Tan Sri Shahrir Samad (second from left) and Kim Teng Park commitee chairman S. Velasamy (forth from left) showing the protest signatures by the residents here.

Owners against land acquisition

5 August 2015

JOHOR BARU: About 300 property owners of Kim Teng Park are protesting a plan to acquire their properties under the Johor Baru City Centre Transformation Plan.

Polytechnics vital for skilled workforce

5 August 2015

PASIR GUDANG: Polytechnics must work closely with key industry players to produce highly-skilled workers.

Probe into bloody attack

5 August 2015

KOTA KINABALU: A story and accompanying photo of a bloodied local man who was allegedly beaten to death by illegal immigrants at a night market in Keningau has been making its rounds.

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