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State urged to clarify details on Batu Kawa prime land

23 September 2014

KUCHING: Sarawak DAP wants the state government to clarify whether it has alienated prime land at Batu Kawa here to a private company.

Officially launched: Taib at the opening of the state level fatwa seminar.

Taib: Islamic scholars should share knowledge in various fields

23 September 2014

SIBU: Head of State Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud hoped that the State Mufti Department and State Islamic Council would be able to attract scholars or well-known personalities who are knowledgeable in the economic, technology and science fields to share their ideas and experience.

It's an honour: Abang Zohari pinning a medal on a navy veteran while Ling (second from right) looks on.

Awards for those who look after the security of the state and the country

23 September 2014

SIBU: The state government is always appreciative of former servicemen for their sacrifice in defending the sovereignty of the country.

Sarawak Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah (left) during the site visit withHabitat for Humanity's Kuching affiliate vice president Chiew Chung Yee at Jalan Stephen Yong on Friday. - ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / The Star

Volunteers help construct concrete houses for needy families

23 September 2014

KUCHING: A non-governmental body helped coordinate the building of 14 concrete houses in six days at Jalan Stephen Yong here.

The main star of the  meal course - Grilled Marinated Quailf glazed with teriyaki sauce is set to be a memorable experience.

The Village offers cosy dinner by the lake

23 September 2014

Three-course meal features quail.

Sufficient green energy

23 September 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Green energy promoters are confident of prospects for renewable energy in Sabah because of the availability of natural resources.

Broken into: Yap showing some of the urn storage compartments that were pried open at the association's crematorium.

Storage cabinet at crematorium broken into

23 September 2014

JOHOR BARU: Two men were caught red-handed on CCTV prying open one of the compartments used to store urns at the Johor Baru Tiong-Hua Association crematorium parlour here.

JPJ officer rammed by trailer

23 September 2014

KULAIJAYA: A 45 year-old Road Transport Department (JPJ) officer who was trying to help his friend ended up being run over by a trailer along KM24.5 of the North-South Expressway here.

Unhappy: A resident who stood up to voice his concerns over the Forest City project during a dialogue session between the developers and the public at Kampung Pok in Gelang Patah.

Developer accused of flawed residents’ survey

23 September 2014

JOHOR BARU: Tempers flared at a meeting between developers and residents over a giant development project in Gelang Patah, about 25km from here, that is touted to be larger than Pangkor Island.

Passengers of Firefly flight from Johor Bahru to Ipoh arriving at the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport in Ipoh. - filepic

Travel agents say most of their customers are still keen to travel by air

23 September 2014

THE public are still keen on air travel and many travel agencies have only recorded a slight drop in bookings.

Evidence: OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Roze (centre) holding the parang the suspects used in the robberies.

Robbery break-in gang in Nusajaya crippled

23 September 2014

JOHOR BARU: Police have crippled a house break-in gang that is active in Nusajaya with the arrest of two men here several days ago.

Fiery red and orange blooms catches the eye at the Perak Orchid Society exhibition.

Over 250 orchids on display at exhibition

23 September 2014

ORCHIDS are more than just something beautiful for lovers of this flower.

Govt seeks “friendlier” housing loan facilities

23 September 2014

MALACCA: The Government is studying a plan to set up a bank to provide housing loan facilities to the lower and middle income group.

More GST training needed for all business sectors

23 September 2014

JOHOR BARU: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said no business sector should be left out from information seminars on the new goods and services tax (GST).

Determined: KIA striker B. Vinodh (red shirt) being checked by Veterans defender Johan Osman as he attempts to get to the ball during their clash at the Istana Anak Bukit ground in Alor Setar.

Kedah Indians just too good for opponents in first round

23 September 2014

KEDAH Indian Association (KIA) ran riot to whack Haji Shariff FC Veterans 10-2 in a first-round Tunku Panglima Besar knockout football match at the Istana Anak Bukit ground in Alor Setar.

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