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Common view of a straydog along the streets.

Group all for protecting dogs

3 July 2015

ANIMAL non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and dog lovers welcomed the Animal Welfare Bill passed by the Dewan Rakyat on Wednesday.

Last day at work: Harun clocking out on Tuesday at the Ipoh City Council headquarters. – Photo: RONNIE CHIN

Ipoh Datuk Bandar calls it a day

3 July 2015

OUTGOING Ipoh Datuk Bandar Datuk Harun Rawi would continue to stay in Ipoh following his retirement on July 1.

All the best:Twelve Lodge School students will go to Yale University for the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions in November.

12 from Lodge for Scholar’s Cup at Yale

3 July 2015

KUCHING: Twelve students from Lodge School here will represent Malaysia at the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions at Yale University in the United States this November.

Special games: Fatimah (third from right) talking to the two athletes from Kuching.

Chance for disabled athletes to interact, build confidence in Los Angeles

3 July 2015

KUCHING: The Special Olympics Summer Games 2015 in Los Angeles this month will give a golden opportunity for the mentally and intellectually-challenged special athletes to nurture their confidence and help in the development of different aspects in their lives.

Pix 3. High up: Rh Nyayang located on a hill near the river

Longhouse can now enjoy 24-hour power supply instead of using generators, thanks to new project

3 July 2015

RESIDENTS of longhouse Rh Nyayang in Nanga Nilau, Ensiring, in Julau can put aside their generators following the installation of an iM Sarawak Micro Hydro System at a nearby river.

Embarrassing: A photo collage posted on Tan’s Facebook page showing her attire (left) and the sarong she was asked to wear at the JPJ office. -filepic

Please don’t poke eyes

3 July 2015

TWO weeks ago, in my column on the dismal standard of English, I poked (pardon the pun) fun on a 2012 Ministry of Defence circular on dress code which read like this:

Contractors and local councils need to buck up, says MP

3 July 2015

MIRI: The local council must carry out its monitoring duties strictly on vital public projects approved by the government for the benefit of the rakyat.

Badly treated: Some of the security guards with Law (white shIrt) who have been short-changed by their employers.

Security guards often shortchanged by middlemen

3 July 2015

SIBU: Security guard, Sarawa Debih is overworked but underpaid.

Hamidahs daughter, Hadijah Dinan (pictured above), 25, also helps her to make these handicrafts.

Mall holds handicraft workshop to promote cultural exchange

3 July 2015

A shopping mall is playing its part in keeping the art of making traditional handicrafts alive.

Spin it up: Jeff Jefferson is taking dance fans down the house music trail in M8 tonight.

Stirring it up on the floor Plenty of action as the DJs turn up the heat

3 July 2015

Plenty of action as the DJs turn up the heat.

The art piece by Paang Jason and Paang Jie Jun of Team 7 which won them first prize at the Creative Dinosaur Clay Modeling competition held at The Mines shopping centre.

Modelling dinosaurs in two hours

3 July 2015

IN CONJUNCTION with the dinosaur craze of the Jurassic World movie, The Mines shopping centre held a “Creative Dinosaur Clay Modeling” competition.

1 The culinary team at The Royale Bintang Resort & Spa welcome guests to their Ramadan buffet.2 Themed Ratusan Resipi Istimewa, the Ramadan buffet spread at The Royale Bintang Resort &Spa showcases Malaysian favourites such as roast lamb, Nasi Briyani and a variety of home-style dishes that represent the country’s multi-cultural heritage.Photos: Uu Ban

Chefs go with tried and true recipes

3 July 2015

THIS Ramadan, tried and true Malaysian favourites are once again on the menu at The Royale Bintang Resort & Spa Seremban with a daily rotation of more than 100 dishes at the buffet.

The Ayam Masak Merah is a must-have during this Ramadan month at Puri Pujangga Hotel.

Classic tastes from Johor and Negri

3 July 2015

THOSE looking to fulfil their cravings for traditonal Malay food will find that driving to Bangi will result in a satisfying journey of discovery.

Awareness saves lives

3 July 2015

THE rising number of dengue fatalities and new cases in Selangor and the Klang Valley requires serious attention from all parties concerned.

A view of the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque from the man made lake. IZZRAFIQ ALIAS / The Star. June 26, 2015.

Shah Alam’s iconic landmark

3 July 2015

THE Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque never fails to inspire awe with its large blue dome and soaring minarets.

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