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Members of Wataniah and the Royal Malaysian Army joining forces smiling for a group photo.

Territorial Army Regiment willing to help in ops at Cameron Highlands

26 November 2014

THE Territorial Army Regiment (Wataniah) Perak Club is prepared to render assistance to the authorities should more help be needed to weed out illegal immigrants from Cameron Highlands.

Nikon Club Malaysia Perak members taking a group photo during their gathering.

Club’s gathering an exercise in creativity

26 November 2014

MORE than 90 Nikon Club Perak members attended the club’s gathering called “Nikon Weekend” in Ipoh recently.

On-site briefing: Nolee (centre) being briefed by Perak Mineral and Geoscience Department director Dr Kamaluddin Hassan (right) as Perak State Secretary Datuk Seri Abdul Puhat Mat Nayan (second from right) looks on during the launching of Kinta Valley Geopark in Ipoh.

Kinta Valley Geopark status will enhance existing attractions, says Nolee

26 November 2014

THE state is expecting a boom in tourism with the launch of the Kinta Valley Geopark.

Dr Mah (second from left) at a meeting to discuss the dengue outbreak in the state.

Uncooperative folk hampering Health Department’s move to curb dengue

26 November 2014

UNCOOPERATIVE residents are hampering Health Department officers from doing their jobs when they are on the ground checking premises for Aedes mosquitoes breeding ground.

In view of the recently announced income-based fuel subsidy scheme, many are against it.

Most in Ipoh not in favour of the income-based fuel subsidy scheme

26 November 2014

IN VIEW of the recently announced income-based fuel subsidy scheme, many Ipoh folk are not keen on it.

Participants in cheerful mood prior to the start of the Titoni Masters.

Swiss watch company out to recapture past fame

26 November 2014

SWISS watch brands have had a long association with Malaysia, with some of them having a presence here even before World War II.

Commune Furniture (KL) Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Lian Chai (centre) celebrating the opening of flagship store with special guests (from left) Awal Ashaari, Scha Al-Yahya, Datin Seri Umie Aida and Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor.

Singapore furniture brand opens first showroom in Malaysia

26 November 2014

Lifestyle furniture brand, Commune, has reached Malaysian shores with its first flagship store in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.

Meier says collectors will take notice of the Oris Artelier Jumping Hour not only for its visual characteristics but also for its technical ones.

A different take on telling time

26 November 2014

INNOVATION in time-telling takes a leap forward with the new addition of the Oris’ Artelier collection.

Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) mayor Datuk Abdul Rahman Mohamed Dewam said that the three programs including Go Green program, music festival of GeGo and free from vehicles day from 8am until 12pm. Pic by NORBAITI PHAHARORADZI / THE STAR.

MBJB organises recycling campaign, music festival and vehicle-free day

26 November 2014

JOHOR BARU: Members of the public can look forward to participating in a series of programmes lined by the Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) this weekend.

Race to attract 30,000 visitors

26 November 2014

MALACCA: The winner of the up-coming F3000 Powerboat Race 2014 will receive RM20,000.

Police detain couple for alleged involvement in gambling activities

26 November 2014

TEMERLOH: A couple was detained for suspected involvement in illegal gambling activities during a raid at their house in Taman Bahagia near here.

Fight with Aedes mosquitoes is a collective effort, says assemblyman

26 November 2014

KUANTAN: Teruntum assemblyman Sim Chon Siang never expected his family members to be infected with dengue fever until two of his children caught the disease in June.

A demonstration of knife painting by Koh.

Rich culture of city inspires artists

26 November 2014

MALACCA: The maiden knife and brush art exhibition held here turned out to be huge success as it showcased artworks inspired by the state’s rich culture, historic and multi-ethnic background.

Kota Permai is expected to be in tip-top condition for the Grand Final, where a strong field, including Andersen, will pit their skills against a testing course.

The Carlsberg Classic showdown tomorrow is the culmination of 40 qualifying legs played around the country

26 November 2014

THE curtain comes down tomorrow on one of the country’s leading tournaments when the Carlsberg Golf Classic Grand Final is held at Kota Permai Golf & Country Club in Kota Kumiung. In a lead-up to the event, MetroSport fired a string of questions at Carlsberg Malaysia’s managing director Henrik J. Andersen, himself a keen golfer.

The Perak leg winners Tan Choong Yen (left) and Ting Ee Chin.

Axiata Cup juniors unveiled as state champions who will compete in the National Finals

26 November 2014

AFTER a three-week search for young talented badminton players, the Axiata Cup Juniors Talent Search is complete and has unveiled 24 winners who will move to a bigger stage in next month’s national finals.

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