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Top 10 annoying habits on social media

18 April 2015

StarMetro looks at 10 irritating but, unfortunately, common online habits many people have.

ipamilo120415 9... Children jumping with joy and looking excited to begin their 3km run during Milo Breakfasty Day 2015 at Sultan Abdul Aziz Recreational Park (Polo Ground) on Apr 12.

51-year-old woman has participated in numerous races internationally

18 April 2015

AFTER giving birth to two children, Maggie Goh decided that she needed to shed the weight she gained from both pregnancies.

Difficult question: How much money one needs for retirement is perhaps one of the most asked questions among the people.

Retirement woes for Malaysians

18 April 2015

THE Government has again raised the topic on Employees Provident Fund (EPF) members not having enough money to finance their living during old age.

Keeping a close eye: Most parents are really careful when taking their children to malls, especially when they must use escalators.

Parents keep a tight hold on children when using escalators

18 April 2015

PARENTS taking their children to shopping malls are usually very careful, especially when using escalators.

Too narrow: The Pan Borneo highway between Miri and Bintulu is only two lanes and posing danger to vehicles when overtaking. — Photo courtesy of BOMBA

Pan Borneo highway needs to be widened

18 April 2015

MIRI: It is obvious that many stretches of the Pan Borneo highway can no longer cope with the current surge in number of passenger vehicles and commercial transport.

Token of appreciation: Adenan (left) accepting a memento from Sarawak Tourism Federation president president Philip Yong (right) as state Tourism Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg looks on at the opening of the Sarawak Tourism Forum in Kuching.

Bring in more Chinese and Indian tourists, says Adenan

18 April 2015

KUCHING: No to sex tourism in Sarawak, says Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem. “People don’t come to Kuching for sex and we don’t want that sort of tourists. Other countries can have them,” Adenan said at opening the two-day Sarawak Tourism Forum on Thursday.

Warm exchange: Assar Industri Sdn Bhd director Ghazali Ismail (right) exchanging the signed documents with Lin, witnessed by Wong and Bujang.

Mangrove forest setting in a landmark development

18 April 2015

KUCHING: A multi-billion ringgit development is set to become a new landmark in the state capital as a green township with modern amenities in a natural mangrove forest setting.

New SOPs have been drawn on Christian materials to be imported without hindrance

18 April 2015

WHEN a shipment of Christian materials was seized from a Sabah-bound pastor at KLIA2 last November, there was initially some confusion over the reason for the confiscation.

Prized catch: This angler caught a grouper with a jig while fishing at night.

Kuala Sepetang opens up angling opportunities for fishos in the west coast

18 April 2015

TUCKED about half an hour from Taiping, Kuala Sepetang in Perak is a favourite fishing getaway for local anglers to fish in the west coast.

Snack time: NY Steak Shack’s fried mushrooms.

Just like in the Big Apple

18 April 2015

Think steak and the next thought may most likely be, “it is too expensive”.

Commercialised: Setapak now has a new mall called the KL Festival City Mall

Fond memories of Setapak

18 April 2015

A rapidly developing neighbourhood that was once simple and quiet.

Heritage-style: Ho Weng Kee wonton noodle which was established in the year 1935 is also available at Lot 10 Hutong food court.

Food court with authentic hawker food draws in crowd

18 April 2015

MALACCA: There’s no shortage of hype over The Shore Shopping and Gallery swanky new food court “Lot 10 Hutong” to savour a plate of history ever since it opened its doors to the public recently.

Big catch: Goh holding a 17kg grouper estimated to be two years old in the group’s floating farm off Pulau Jerejak. (Right) Workers netting up red snappers at GST Group’s fish farm.

Hooked by GST tale

18 April 2015

Fish breeder reels in potential customers puzzling over tie with namesake.

On the strings: Gerard Singh returns to his home town on Tuesday nights to play at 3 Monkeys.

Swinging into the grooves

18 April 2015

Mixed bag of tunes gets the crowds grooving after the sun goes down.

We are family: A group photo of the runners and organisers at the start of the race. — Photos courtesy of TITI100

Runners defy odds to complete Malaysia’s toughest ultramarathon

18 April 2015

THE physical and psychological tests experienced in an ultramarathon (a race that exceeds the traditional distance of 42.195km) include fatigue, dehydration, intense pain and hallucinations — all of which can push runners beyond their limits, regardless of how prepared they are.

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