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Great response: Thousands attended the annual property expo last weekend.

10,000 visitors at property expo

3 October 2015

KUCHING: The annual Sheda Property Expo succeeded in attracting 10,000 visitors to the three-day event held at Borneo Convention Centre Kuching last weekend.

Shoichi presenting his opening speech during the JFF special movie screening at GSC.

Glimpse of Japanese way of life

3 October 2015

KUCHING: The local community will be able to get a glimpse of the Japanese culture and way of life at the Japanese Film Festival 2015.

Concerned: Native groups throughout Malaysia gathered recently in Kuala Lumpur to share their views on current issues affecting them.

Natives highlight climate change woes

3 October 2015

MIRI: Local native groups have joined hands with their counterparts from 12 Asian countries to highlight to the United Nations the serious woes they are suffering due to the increasing temperature caused by climate change in their respective countries.

Education fair in Sarawak, Sabah

3 October 2015

KUCHING: The MMS Education Fair is back for a third round this year, starting at Imperial Hotel in Miri today.

Not true: The Rajang Port Authority will continue to serve the community

Chamber: Rajang port not closing down

3 October 2015

SIBU: Sibu Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) has rubbished rumours that Rajang Port Authority (RPA) is going to cease operation.

Salleh’s assertion on slower option missing the point

3 October 2015

ANYONE who has spent time online this week can’t have failed to notice the row which broke out between politicians about Internet speeds and costs in Malaysia.

Victorious: The top debating teams with their trophies.

Event draws participation of 24 schools across the state

3 October 2015

MORE than 200 young debaters from various schools in Perak attended the Global Perspectives Debates held at Tenby Schools Ipoh earlier this month.

1 A file image of Yuen (left) being briefed by Thambipillay about God’s Little Acre cemetery. Yuen passed away on Thursday due to heart failure.

Former state police chief leaves lasting legacy

3 October 2015

THE NATION’S history could have turned out differently if Tan Sri Yuen Yuet Leng had chosen not to join the police force and remain a teacher instead.

Yap said one lucky visitor will also be reimbursed for any purchases made at the exhibition via its “Pay You Back” event.

Prizes galore for visitors

3 October 2015

A GENEROUS number of prizes await visitors and customers at the Perfect Livin’ 15 Home and Lifestyle Exhibition currently held at the Indera Mulia Stadium in Ipoh.

1 Part of the show area of the Perfect Livin’ 15 Home and Lifestyle exhibition.2 Visitors taking a look at items for landscaping and gardens.3 A visitor trying out a Hatch sofa.4 Granite-look sinks are becoming increasingly popular.— Photos: SAIFUL BAHRI/The Star

Exhibition showcases items to complete every residence

3 October 2015

HELD for the first time in Ipoh, the Perfect Livin’ 15 Home and Lifestyle Exhibition, currently taking place at the Indera Mulia Stadium, is introducing a number of never-seen-before products to consumers in Perak.

One for the album: Ranjeet (third from left) with other committee members taking a group photo with Tunku Aminah (centre) .

SPCA appoints Tunku Aminah as its first patron

3 October 2015

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Baru SPCA (SPCA JB) received a royal boost in its effort to save stray animals after appointing Johor princess Tunku Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah Ibni Sultan Ibrahim as its first patron.

Kuantan records highest number of dengue cases

3 October 2015

KUANTAN: The Kuantan district has recorded the highest number of dengue cases in the state at 1,146, between January and Sept 26.

1 The Rainbow Waterfall in Sungai Lembing is a popular tourist attraction. 2 The number of daily visitors to the Rainbow Waterfall site will be limited as part of measures to protect the environment.

Visitors to Remen Chereh forest reserve to pay entrance fees starting from November

3 October 2015

KUANTAN: In a bid to preserve the environment of the popular Rainbow Waterfall, the Kampung Seberang Baru Sungai Lembing Village Security and Development committee will be introducing entrance fees and limiting visitors to the tourist attraction.

Considering his options: (From right) BSG Property sales and marketing executive Teoh Swee Wen Foo introducing the Mira residence project to visitors C.S. Goh, Foo and Geofrrey Tan at the Star Property Fair at Queensbay Mall.

Buyers keen on mid-range homes

3 October 2015

MOST would-be buyers at the Star Property Fair at Queensbay Mall in Penang this year seem to be in a cautious mood, setting their sights on homes within the RM500,000 to RM600,000 range.

Consulate to issue visa

3 October 2015

KOTA KINABALU: By the year-end, Malaysians wanting to travel to China will be able to apply for their visas at its consulate here.

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