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PJ City Council fails to use allocation to resurface roads

5 March 2015

Assemblyman reveals the council only completed nine out of 16 roadworks.

Not a jolly good sight

5 March 2015

Bangsar food court continues to deteriorate as KL City Hall rejects upgrade proposal

Fatimah stresses need to focus on English language

5 March 2015

KUCHING: More efforts are needed to improve the results of English language in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) since it will be made a compulsory subject to pass in 2016.

Ta Ann Holdings Bhd mill.

Timber and oil palm boost Ta Ann profit

5 March 2015

KUCHING: A strong performance by both the timber and oil palm business has bolstered Ta Ann Holdings Bhd’s earnings last year.

Tossing for better years: Lau (third from left) with Teck Kee on hisleft and others tossing the Yee Sang.

Sibu all set for upgrade

5 March 2015

SIBU: Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) chairman Datuk Tiong Thai King believes that the town can be upgraded to five stars from four stars in the safety aspect.

Beneficial project: Lanang Bride where toll fee will either be reducedor toll collection scrap in June.

Residents eagerly awaiting Lanang Bridge toll decision

5 March 2015

SIBU: The proposal to either reduce or abolish altogether the collection of toll at the Lanang Bridge is good news to the people in the region.

Over 350 participants are attending the British Councils ELTDP Symposium in Kuching.

ELTDP can impact lives

5 March 2015

KUCHING: The British Council’s English Language Teacher Development Project (ELTDP) has made a great impact on teachers and communities in Sarawak, Sabah and Labuan since its introduction four years ago.

Web of corruption, deceit

5 March 2015

SARAWAK Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem may have unearthed an intricate web of corruption and deceit in his bold move to investigate indepth the illegal logging saga in Sarawak.

Mobile help on the way for poor

5 March 2015

KUCHING: Eight hotspot mobile teams will be placed all over Sarawak this year for the poor-eradication programme.

Grave touch-up in honour of fallen heroes

5 March 2015

KUCHING: Improvement works at the Heroes Grave at Jalan Taman Budaya here will be completed by the end of this month.

Big event: MTV World Stage Malaysia is part of the platform that delivers the MTV brand experience not only on the ground with MTV fans in Malaysia, but with a global airing in 154 countries across MTV Networks.

Channel famous for music continues Asian expansion

5 March 2015

IN 1981, music as we knew it changed forever. The Buggles’ song Video Killed the Radio Star aired for the first time on MTV and the rest, as they say, is history.

Here you go: Rajindar (second from right) handing out goodie bags to children from The Salvation Army Ipoh Children’s Home in conjunction with the festive season.

Hospital staff spread Chinese New Year cheer

5 March 2015

EVERY Chinese New Year, the staff of Perak Community Specialist Hospital in Ipoh set aside their commitments to spread some festive cheer among the less fortunate.

A sea of red: Participants of the Royal Perak Golf Club Chinese New Year golf tournament gathered for a group photograph before tee-off on the fourth day of Chinese New Year.

Huge turnout for tourney

5 March 2015

ABOUT 140 avid golfers took their shots in an attempt to win an Upper East@Tiger Lane luxury apartment during the Royal Perak Golf Club (RPGC) Chinese New Year Golf Tournament.

Quick, catch: A lion dance performer tossing mandarin oranges to the staff of Unisem (M) Sdn Bhd during their Chinese New Year celebration at the office.

Celebrating the Lunar New Year with employees

5 March 2015

UNISEM (M) Bhd recently celebrated the Lunar New Year with its employees.

Full of smiles: Children from The Salvation Army Ipoh Children’s Home showing the ‘ang pow’ and goodie bags they received. With them are (back row, fifth from left) Shahrul, Dr Mah, Akmar and Kamarudin.

Building bridges with China

5 March 2015

THIRTY members of the Perak Media Sports and Welfare Club will track across the Great Wall of China later this month.

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