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Not a pretty sight: Ooi pointing to the tugboats and fish farm settlements along the coastline of Persiaran Karpal Singh in Penang.

MP: Remove eyesore from seashore

28 August 2014

THE state authorities have been urged to remove the tugboats and fish farms which have become an eyesore at the Persiaran Karpal Singh seashore in Penang.

Better comfort: Lee explaining the benefits of the seven-zone latex mattress at the firm's showroom.

Good support while you sleep

28 August 2014

AN improper sleeping posture might cause backache when waking up.

Character-building experience for group of Perlis students

28 August 2014

A GROUP of 94 Perlis teenagers visited the Cerebral Palsy Children’s Association of Penang as part of the northern state’s ongoing character-building programme for its excellent students.

PCGHS' victorious dance troupes - La Art Space Team B (left) and Team A (right) rejoicing after taking the top two positions in Straits Quay's Cultural Dance Competition.

Students display rich cultures through dance

28 August 2014

GRACEFUL and expressive routines, put on by budding performers in the Cultural Dance Competition, encapsulated the country’s rich ethnic diversity.

Pecal Lele or deep-fried  catfish.

Dapoer Dago for Sumatran food

28 August 2014

Food Trail finds the best beef soup in town and crispy deep-fried catfish at a TTDI eatery.

State Local Government, Traffic Management and Flood Mitigation Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow speaking during his press conference in Komtar.

Get proper approval

28 August 2014

The Penang Government will ensure that legal action is taken against unlicensed hotels after Sept 30.

Single mothers and orphans feted to Raya treat

28 August 2014

SOME 50 single mothers, orphans and those from poor families attended a Hari Raya open house where they were treated to local delicacies and enjoyed a live band performance.

Architect cum urban designer Datuk Seri Lim Chong Keat delivering his narration on â¿¿Komtar and The Buckminster Fuller Connectionâ¿TM at Komtar auditorium A on Saturday.

Man behind Komtar

28 August 2014

A SERIES of activities will be held in remembrance of the late R. Buckminster Fuller, who was instrumental in the construction of Komtar’s iconic Dewan Tunku Geodesic Dome in Penang.

Campaign targets three million unlicensed bikers

28 August 2014

A CAMPAIGN by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) to license the three million unlicensed motorcyclists in the nation is set to be launched early next year.

Neat sum collected at launch of Warriors’ Day

28 August 2014

MALACCA: A whopping RM82,000 was collected at the state level campaign to collect funds for the Warriors’ Day, just on the first day of the launch on Tuesday.

Crooning on: Adnan (centre) entertaining guests with festive songs accompanied by back-up singers during the open house.

Festive joy at open house

28 August 2014

KUANTAN: Some 500 people attended the Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house jointly organised by the Pahang Mentri Besar and state secretary office in Wisma Sri Pahang here.

Taking pictures: Students all excited, snapping selfies with Westbrook (seated) after a talk.

Students get to meet Hollywood actress

28 August 2014

JOHOR BARU: It was truly a starstruck moment for some 300 students who had the opportunity to meet Hollywood actress Erinn Westbrook, who is popularly known for her role as Bree in the musical television series Glee.

Request for affordable homes

28 August 2014

JOHOR BARU: The Umno Youth division here is requesting for the state government to establish a designated area in the city to build affordable homes for young adults to rent.

Manager charged for uttering racist remarks

28 August 2014

JOHOR BARU: A 44-year-old bank manager pleaded not guilty at a Magistrates Court here for allegedly uttering racist remarks to one of her subordinates.

Education is vital for economic growth of nation

28 August 2014

JOHOR BARU: Education is an important tool to give Malaysians the competitive edge to help locals benefit from the current economic growth in the country, said Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin.

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