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Fines for parking at disabled lots

8 October 2015

Inconsiderate drivers parking disabled lots in Penang find their cars covered in cloth when they returned and issued with summonses.

A guest looking at the handcrafted jewellery pieces at Left & Right’s stall. – Photos: SHARON LING

Lighting up lives in the interior

8 October 2015

BRINGING the gift of light and uplifting lives in remote communities is what Barefoot Mercy is about.

Useful lessons: Midwives demonstrating how to bathe and massage a newborn.

Hospital offers baby care tips for mothers

8 October 2015

SOME 20 expecting mothers attended an antenatal seminar at the Perak Community Specialist Hospital last month.

Working together: Dialogue organiser Kok Aun (second from left) presenting a fruit basket to Sum (third from left) after the meeting.

Report crimes to help community

8 October 2015

MEMBERS of the public have been urged to lodge police reports to help the police combat crime.

The redevelopment of the market is expected to cost RM9mil.

Mixed feelings on redeveloping market

8 October 2015

Many traders say no to improvement plan but customers hope for a better and more comfortable shopping experience

Beads conference and bazaar

8 October 2015

KUCHING: The fourth Borneo International Beads Conference, which will include seminars and a marketplace, will be at the Old Court House here starting tomorrow.

File photo of Tiong, who is still at large.

Judge sick, murder trial put off

8 October 2015

SIBU: The High Court here has once again adjourned the bank manager murder trial as the judge Datuk Nurchaya Arshad was sick yesterday.

Wind, rain bring back the smiles

8 October 2015

KUCHING: All 15 air-monitoring stations in Sarawak and Sabah showed good readings yesterday.

Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu (centre) opening the agriculture research officers conference in Kuching. With him are assistant ministers Datuk Sylvester Entri (left) and Datuk Mong Dagang. - ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / THE STAR

Kelabit land earmarked for sub-temperate farming

8 October 2015

KUCHING: Sarawak plans to produce sub-temperate vegetables and fruits in the Kelabit Highlands in the upper Baram region in the next five to seven years.

Give credit where it’s due

8 October 2015

A VERY positive development has just taken shape in Sarawak.

A fireman looking helplessly as the clinic is almost totally destroyed. – Photo: ANDY CHUA

Morning fire razes Daro clinic

8 October 2015

SIBU: The only government clinic in Daro District for outpatient treatment, about two hours drive from here, was razed to the ground in an early morning fire.

WWF senior communications officer Alicia Ng looking at poster of Malaysian Nature Society during Asia for Animals Borneo conference welcoming dinner in Kuching. ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / THE STAR

More friends for animals

8 October 2015

KUCHING: The Asia For Animals Conference Borneo kicked off with a pledge between governments and non-governmental bodies to work more closely together.

Some of the selection of dim sum served in hot bamboo baskets.

Restaurant offers favourites from Guangdong province, including dim sum

8 October 2015

KUANTAN: There are now more choices for diners craving for Chinese cuisine with the recent re-opening of the San Feng Restaurant at the Zenith Hotel here.

Abu Bakar (right) presenting a prize to Mohd Ismy.

Competition a platform to share knowledge and skills

8 October 2015

MALACCA: Politeknik Merlimau hosted the maiden National Innovation Competition on Teaching and Learning in Electrical Engineering (NICTEE) at its campus.

Sports promotes mental and physical health, says Liow

8 October 2015

BENTONG: MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai has called on youngsters to participate in team activities such as sports, which enable them to interact with others, instead of getting addicted to the cyberworld.

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