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Some homeless and elderly folk scavenge for recyclable waste just to survive

17 April 2014

CROUCHED on a roadside pavement in Ipoh old town, Lokman frantically dismantles the cardboard boxes at his feet as beads of sweat trickle down his weather-beaten face and neck.

Volunteers wanted

17 April 2014

List of events for volunteers.

Inaugural blood donor run in June

17 April 2014

Every year, on June 14, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD).

Restaurateur provides ‘suspended meals’ using contributions from donors

17 April 2014

ANYONE can have a bad day or a period in their life that is best described as reaching rock bottom and sometimes, it just needs a little encouragement to help them through.

Still work to be done

17 April 2014

PENANG’s hopes of making the knock-out stage of the President’s Cup campaign have been dashed but that has not stopped them from gunning for victory in their remaining matches.

Automotive college holding charity carnival to mark 10th anniversary

17 April 2014

THE Otomotif College (TOC), an educational institution specialising in professional automotive education in Malaysia, will be organising a charity carnival as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations this year.

No signs of slowing down

17 April 2014

LEGENDARY skateboarder Tony Hawk treated local fans to a skateboarding demonstration while he was in town with the Laureus Foundation.

Ho Chi Minh, here we come!

17 April 2014

THE Prudential Astro Masters tournament was launched in the Shah Alam township of Kota Kemuning amid great expectations of yet another eventful and exciting golf series.

New launch date for The Pines

17 April 2014

THE opening of Kompleks Tun Sambanthan, formerly known as The Pines in Brickfields, has been pushed back yet again, said traders who were supposed to move in three months ago.

Making sen-se of emerging art

17 April 2014

THE way to go with the current crop of emerging artists is to pay heed to three crucial catchphrases — ‘out there’, ‘shock value’ and ‘right time’.

Turmoil within does not have to be a natural state

17 April 2014

NO man is fully accomplished until he has acquired the ability to attend to his life in the deepest sense.

Business owners in PJ New Town continue to protest against MBPJ’s project

17 April 2014

BUSINESS owners in Section 52, PJ New Town are fuming over earth works next to the popular PJ State cinema along Jalan Yong Shook Lin, to turn the site into a public square.

KLIA2 to start operations in two weeks with five airlines

17 April 2014

AFTER several delays, KL International Airport 2, the controversial new low-cost carrier terminal is ready to start operations on May 2.

Pearl necklace and bracelet among top prizes in charity raffle

17 April 2014

THE all-woman group WomenBizSENSE is hoping to raise RM20,000 through its Charity Raffle Fundraiser for two charity organisations in Penang — the Handicapped Children’s Centre and House of Hope.

Doing things better

17 April 2014

BUS touts at the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) will not have an easy time when operations move to the newly completed KL International Airport 2 (KLIA2) on May 2.

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