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Be disciplined, recruits told

31 January 2015

POLICE volunteer reserve (PVR) members have been reminded to carry out their responsibilities efficiently like regular policemen.

New start: Samsudin unveiling the banner to re-launch Ipoh City Watch.

Chairman: NGOs can help state achieve developed status

31 January 2015

NON-governmental organisations (NGOs) are the third force that could move the state towards achieving developed status.

Quiet New Year ahead

31 January 2015

SHE can hardly pronounce GST (Goods and Service Tax) but she is feeling the pinch.

Helping hand: Aminuddin (third from right) handing over tools, fertilisers and pesticides to pomelo farmers in Tambun. Also present was Tambun Pomelo Growers Association chairman Chin Too Kam (second right).

Coming to farmers’ aid

31 January 2015

HULU Kinta assemblyman Datuk Aminuddin Md Hanafiah has promised to help pomelo growers who are currently facing eviction from their orchards in Ampang.

Delayed harvest: Eng says the stock ordered may not arrive as it depended on the farmers.

Expensive symbol of love

31 January 2015

LOVERS, take note. Flowers will definitely cost more this Valentine’s Day.

What men have to say

31 January 2015

I usually set aside RM100 for flowers on Valentine’s Day.

New MAS boss will chart MASwings’ future

31 January 2015

KUCHING: MASwings, the rural air services carrier for Sarawak and Sabah owned by Malaysia Airlines(MAS), is at a crossroads.

riverine and low-lying longhouses such as this one in Sebauh district in northern Sarawak, are still being hit by sudden flash floods every time it rains heavily. pic by Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party.

SPDP delivers aid to flood-hit longhouses

31 January 2015

MIRI: Instead of just shouting directives to the welfare department and state

More calls to stop importing workers

31 January 2015

SIBU: The government has been urged to re-consider its decision to bring in 12,000 Bangladeshis to work in oil palm plantations in the state.

Tussle for the ball: Waterfall Rangers’ T. Mahendran (left) moving in to check Sungai Ara player R. Vijeya Barthiben (blue jersey) during their Division One clash at USM ground.

Suria and Kampung Seronok clinch fifth straight win to stay runaway league leaders

31 January 2015

AN on-song Suria SC and Kampong Seronok FC are emerging as runaway leaders of the ongoing FA of Penang Division Two football challenge.

Deaf traveller sets out on epic world adventure

31 January 2015

BEING deaf did not stop Kohei Hakamada from travelling the world in his Suzuki 250cc motorcycle.

Luxury on the wrist: The press being briefed on Longines timepieces during the opening day of Swiss Watch Gallery’s Watch Masters exhibition in Gurney Paragon Mall.

Watch expo to show off exquisite creations

31 January 2015

THE most comprehensive collection of the world’s most luxurious and iconic timepieces are currently on show at the Swiss Watch Gallery’s Watch Masters exhibition in Gurney Paragon Mall, Penang.

It was this high: Razik, his son Abdor Rahman (left), eight, and his son’s friend Zamierul Zariff Zefree, eight, showing the water level during the latest flood at Razik’s sundry shop.

Fed-up Penangites want state to stem their flood problems once and for all

31 January 2015

IT takes just three hours of rain for flash floods to surface in George Town and surrounding areas. Penangites staying in low-lying areas want the state government to resolve the problem which has caused them so much misery.

It’s a labour of love for siblings

31 January 2015

FOR the three Chong siblings, making the traditional delicacy love letters (kuih kapit) has been a family affair for the past 40 years.

Ban on heavy vehicles due to road works

31 January 2015

HEAVY vehicles exceeding 2.6m and five tonnes are now prohibited from using Solok Perak in Penang from tomorrow until March 27.

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