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Performers displaying various culture and ethnics during the National Chinese new Year Open House with the backdrop of Teluk Intan leaning tower.

Event coincides with declaration of tower as national heritage site

2 March 2015

THE night air was electric at the Leaning Tower in Teluk Intan as people from near and far gathered at the famed historical site for the vibrant national Chinese New Year open house yesterday.

Up for the job: Harun (centre) congratulating lawyer Liew on his appointment as Ipoh city councillor. Looking on is council secretary Mohd Zakuan Zakaria (right).

Resolving complaints effectively

2 March 2015

THE Ipoh City Council has set up a new hotline to deal with public complaints.

Showing interest: Some of the guests taking a look at the commercial centre scale model.

Project in progress

2 March 2015

IT WAS all fun and games during the Chinese New Year open house of Indra Pusaka Sdn Bhd, with more than 200 people joining the festivities.

Help at hand: SPM school-leavers and their parents often have a tough time trying to pick the right pre-university programme, and this is where comparison website EduAdvisor comes in.

Making educational choices simpler

2 March 2015

With the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results set to be released this week, school-leavers – together with their parents – will be on the look out for the best pre-university programmes to set them on their way.

Raring to go: Halim (in blue polo), Linda (standing on car, left), Naim (standing on car, right), and Adibah (beside Naim) with their teams and crew at the Sepang International Circuit for the Cabaran Grandstand Suria challenge.

Suria FM announcers hit the dirt track for their new show

2 March 2015

IN A spectacular display of dust and roaring engines, radio announcers Halim Othman and Naim Tahak kicked off the first-ever Cabaran Grandstand Suria challenge at the Sepang International Circuit on Jan 31.

So colourful: The Fruity Fiesta Yee Sang is topped with diced strawberries, mangoes, blueberries, green apples and pomelo.

Satisfying festive meat cravings

2 March 2015

AS MORE restaurants move towards serving pork-free dishes, those wanting to dine at a non-halal venue can rely on Dynasty Restaurant for flavourful treat of the senses.

Diverse: The range of Claire’s Organics natural products that caters to different skin types, handmade by Chu.

Sold on soap

2 March 2015

With increasing concerns over health issues and awareness of environmental hazards, natural products have emerged as a major trend in recent years.

Helping teachers with new methods, ideas

2 March 2015

KUCHING: Teacher Ainul Mardhiyah Jamal is looking forward to the British Council’s second English Language Teacher Development Project (ELTDP) Symposium to be held here this week.

Pullman Kuching general manager Felix Yeo (second left), accompanied by Rumah Seri Kenangan principal Satuyah Sazali, presenting ang pows to the homes residents.

Pullman shares festive joy with senior citizens

2 March 2015

KUCHING: Pullman Kuching ushered in the Year of the Goat by tossing the yee sang with senior citizens from Rumah Seri Kenangan and industry partners on the seventh day of Chinese New Year.

Curb money laundering

2 March 2015

FOR most Malaysians, Sarawak and Sabah represent the archetype of the consummate Malaysian society for their celebrated harmony in both ethnic and religious diversity.

Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak smelling terung Dayak during a walkabout at Mudan Niaga Satok in Kuching on Saturday. Looking on Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem (middle), deputy chief minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu (left) and Minister in Prime Minister Office Nancy Shukri (right). ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / THE STAR

Work on market carpark may start soon

2 March 2015

KUCHING: If all goes to plan, the multi-storey carpark at the popular but highly congested Medan Niaga Satok here should commence work by May, according to Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof.

State DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jens new special assistant Abdul Aziz Isa, 24, would also be heading the partys Tupong branch and service centre near Kuching, Sarawak.

DAP: Give states more space

2 March 2015

KUCHING: Like the Sabah Assembly speaker, Sarawak DAP is also calling on the Federal Government to loosen its grip on the Malaysian states on Borneo.

Making choices simpler

2 March 2015

With the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results set to be released tomorrow, school leavers and their parents will be on the lookout for the best pre-university programmes.

Bright idea: P-Plus’s LED lighting product range offers many shapes and sizes.

Cheaper LEDs present challenge and chance

2 March 2015

The DEMAND for LED (light-emitting diode) general lighting products may be increasing worldwide, but as prices fall, LED companies in Penang have had to respond with different business strategies to grow revenue, including marketing LED tubes similar to traditional fluorescent lighting, penetrating new markets and establishing their own brand names.

Big: Foodex Japan is the largest food and beverage convention in Asia.

Matrade to showcase 24 Malaysian food exporters at Foodex fair in Chiba

2 March 2015

Strong demand for Malaysian food products in Japan has persuaded Matrade (Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation) to continue participating in the Foodex trade fair in Chiba after more than 10 years of involvement.

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