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Multi ethnic Sarawakian women gather for Malaysia Day celebration in Miri, Sarawak. 

Jatti Meirek and Orang Ulu women. 

Malaysia Day Contdown concert at Miri.

Transformer's Bumblebee meeting the crowd.

The crowd in a merry mood before the concert begins.

Five meter human robot at the venue.

The clowns at the concert.


- Photos by ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE

Thousands gather to enjoy countdown

17 September 2014

MIRI: Thousands of people, young and old, from all races turned up and jammed part of the city-streets on Monday night to witness the countdown to Malaysia Day national-level celebrations hosted by Miri City.

Dayang gets okay for proposed private placement

17 September 2014

KUCHING: Dayang Enterprise Holdings Bhd has received the greenlight from Bursa Securities for its proposed private placement, which is expected to raise up to RM304.4mil.

Useful reference: Booklets on 'A Guide to Sibu's Most Favourite Food'.

Sibu office publishes food booklet for tourist

17 September 2014

SIBU: Wondering what to eat while in this town! The Resident Office is making it easier for visitors to know what and where they can find local delicacies.

New path: Dr Sim proposing term limits for various posts. - By ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE

Amending SUPP constitution

17 September 2014

KUCHING: SUPP’s new central committee is proposing amendments to its constitution with succession in mind, including structural reforms like term limits and direct election.

Enjoying the company: Crowds of people patronizing a food court regardless of race and cultural differences in Kuching.

Is coexisting hard?

17 September 2014

WHEN I was really young, I admired the things I saw on television. I wanted to visit Disneyland, meet Arnold Schwarzenegger, live with people who made all the computer games I enjoyed playing so much.

Ahmad Ikmal of 19 RMR is off target with the header off a corner
against Mat Hanif FC in a first round Tunku Panglima Besar soccer match at
the Istana Anak Bukit ground in Alor Setar.

Army boys show their might

17 September 2014

THE 19th Royal Malay Regiment (RMR) from Sungai Petani, Kedah, whipped Mat Hanif FC 3-0 in the first round knockout soccer match for the Tunku Panglima Besar Cup (formerly known as Tunku Intan Safinaz Cup) at the Istana Anak Bukit ground.

High flying Tunku Anum’s wings clipped

17 September 2014

SMK Tunku Anum sports school, a heavyweight in the Ministry of Education Under-14 and Under-17 soccer competitions since 2008, will not enjoy the same status this year as their Under-14 team have failed to shine.

Roughly 3% of Malaysian SMEs are involved in the construction industry.

Spreading the word

17 September 2014

SMALL AND medium enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of the Malaysian economy, accounting for more than 90% of all businesses in the manufacturing, services and the agricultural sector, and provide for 65% of total employment, according to government statistics.

(BRIEF CAPTION) HR Director for South Asia & Australia, New Zealand M.Andy. September, 9,2014. ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star.

Raising capable leaders

17 September 2014

DELL Malaysia gave out scrolls to some 140 graduates, compared with 90 in 2013, who have completed Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and diploma programmes with the Federation University Australia, Society of Business Practioners UK and Executive Diploma Corporate Leadership.

Hunt for homes: Keen property buyers checking out the Fiabci Premium Property Showcase 2014 at Gurney Paragon Mall, which showcased a selection of premium residences in Penang.

Talk sheds light on state’s new housing policies

17 September 2014

ABOUT 50 developers and real estate agents had the chance to exchange ideas and learn more about the Penang government’s new housing policies at the International Real Estate Federation (Fiabci) Premium Property Showcase 2014 at Gurney Paragon Mall.

Teachers display their masterpieces

17 September 2014

SCHOOL teachers showed off their talent when 48 of them displayed their artwork at the 50th Golden Jubilee Teachers’ Art Exhibition at the Penang State Art Gallery in Dewan Sri Pinang.

LAS (Last App Switcher)

App brings back joy of letter-writing Make notes and doodle with just a tap of the finger Lettrs (Android, iOS) LokLok (Android) LAS (Last App Switcher) (Android)

17 September 2014

REMEMBER the lost art of letter-writing with penpals? Now, there is an app for that!

Talented kids: 
Ka Leong (right) and Yi Xian proudly 
showing off 
their winning entries after clinching top spots in the children's art competition at Eastin Hotel Penang.

Artistic boy on a winning streak

17 September 2014

FORM Three schoolboy Khoo Ka Leong was ecstatic when he found out that he had won the Eastin Hotel Penang Children’s Art Competition for the 11 to 15 age group category for the second time in a row.

Students from Sekolah Pendidikan Khas Tanjung Bungah working on a computer during their participation in the Maxis Cyberkids Programme organised by Maxis Bhd.



Pix by LO TERN CHERN / 6 Sept 2014 / STAR.

Hoping to lead a life of service

17 September 2014

DEAF since a bout of fever at age one, Hoshi Ooi Wei Chun, now 18, is determined to graduate and continue serving the hearing-impaired community as a teacher.

Visitors trying out the car racing game during the festival. (Charles Mariasoosay - 13/09/2014)

Festival of cuisine and fun

17 September 2014

THE Queens Street Dining International Festival 2014 at Queensbay Mall, Penang, offered shoppers flavours of the world enriched with a healthy dose of fun.

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