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Stiffer penalties for failure to renew business licenses

7 October 2015

Business owners in Petaling Jaya have been warned to update their annual license

Increasing public trust: Participants of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Enhancement course at the Sungai Long Utar campus.

Utar holds course to update traditional Chinese medicine practitioners

7 October 2015

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman hosted the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioners Enhancement course, organised by the Health Ministry with the TCM Competency Enhancement Module Committee, at its Sungai Long, Selangor, campus earlier this week.

Joint effort: The students with the mudballs before throwing them into the river. — Photos: SAIFUL BAHRI/The Star

Cleaning up Sungai Kinta

7 October 2015

ABOUT 135 SMK Raja Perempuan students took part in an effort to help clean up Sungai Kinta, last Sunday.

Acknowledgment: Zambry (third from left) presenting attendance certificates after thecourse to enhance the professionalism among the village elders.

More being done to help orang asli

7 October 2015

THE ORANG asli community must not easily believe promises given to them by certain parties, Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Zambry Abd Kadir said.

Sorry sight: A file image of the state of the teahouse in the park before the site was cleared. The location will be turned into a green space for the City Rehabilitation Centre and the public.

Set for a new look

7 October 2015

AFTER more than five decades, the Japanese Garden in Ipoh set up by the Perak Turf Club in the early 1960s is no more.

3 Visitors looking at the paintings at Galleria.4 George Schineider and his sketching of landmarks in Kuching.5 Musicians playing the ‘Sape’ to compliment the artworks at Galleria.

Culture with a local touch

7 October 2015

KUCHING: Locals and visitors have the chance to immerse in the art culture of Sarawak this month with the various artworks exhibited in Galleria by talented artists from Sarawak.

An achievement: The Curtin Sarawak engineering team led by lecturer Brabha Hari (centre) won second prize in Shah Alam.

Curtin team placed second

7 October 2015

MIRI: The Curtin University Sarawak team of civil and construction engineering students won the second prize in a national level concrete-material engineering competition in Shah Alam.

Pat on the back for Red Crescent and ‘unsung heroes’

7 October 2015

KUCHING: Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) Kuching Chapter, the country’s top blood donors’ recruiter, has scaled greater heights on several fronts.

Student loses RM1,040 in Internet scam

7 October 2015

SIBU: A university student claimed that he had been cheated in an Internet scam which promised a sky-high returns of 268% a month.

Fine tinted supercar owners

7 October 2015

AT a shopping mall’s main entrance on Monday, I saw a fat cat get out of his blacked out luxury four-wheel drive. A security guard hurried up to the car, removing a cone to let the owner’s driver reverse park into a prime spot.

Double treat: DBKU staff promoting the International Cat show and Grand Finale Concert.

Showcase for cute, well-groomed cats

7 October 2015

KUCHING: Cat lovers can take the chance to show off their feline friends in the DBKU-Smartheart CFA International Cat Show 2015 next weekend at Sarawak Youth and Sport Complex Hall, Kuching.

Innovative: Curtin Sarawak chemical engineering students displaying a project recently at their campus in Miri.

Energy experts to debate and share views

7 October 2015

MIRI: Engineering experts and students from local and foreign universities in the region will gather in Miri soon for an important brainstorming on the current hot issue of fossil fuels versus renewable energy.

In appreciation: Liow distributing goodie bags to the elderly during the Karak Community Welfare Club’s anniversary celebration.

Senior citizens’ services to society recognised

7 October 2015

KARAK: About 100 senior citizens here were treated to a dinner hosted by the Karak Community Welfare Club.

1 Firemen helping residents to safety in Kuantan during the floods last year.2 Shahaniza: Telcos must find a solution to overcome problems with the Internet connection during floods.– filepics

Shahaniza: Businesses and tourism were badly affected by service disruptions during the floods last year

7 October 2015

KUANTAN: All telecommunication companies are required to work together to find the best mechanism to overcome the Internet problems during floods.

1 The Sabah rugby team in good spirits after beating Perak in the finals.2 Orene (with ball) being tackled by an opponent during the finals. — Bernama

Sabah retains Agong's Cup

7 October 2015

Defending champions Sabah retained their position as the country's best rugby team when they beat Perak 28-16 in the 2015 Agong's Cup finals.

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