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The row of food stall was packed with people .

Danau Kota’s late-night bazaar attracts customers of all ages

7 March 2015

WHILE many are getting ready for a good night’s sleep, others are just getting set for a night out.

Extensive selection: The interior of Lau Char and some of the teas sold.

Chinese tea is a beverage, an art form and an investment

7 March 2015

Beyond its popularity as a beverage, Chinese tea could be a valuable asset that rivals fine wine.

Much to offer: Visitors checking out beds and mattresses at one of the booths during the Perfect Livin 15’ exhibition in Johor Persada International Convention Centre.

Grab the best deals at expo

7 March 2015

THE people of Johor should take the opportunity to grab good deals on an array of renovation, refurbishment and decorating goods and services at the Perfect Livin 15’ exhibition before the Goods and Services Tax (GST) takes effect next month.

Expert at work: Lum Kee in Section 14, Petaling Jaya is among the people’s favourites.

Nominate your favourite curry laksa eatery by March 10

7 March 2015

HAVE you nominated your favourite curry laksa eatery or stall for The Star People’s Food Awards yet?

Camping involves living in a simple setting and nothing beats being one with nature than camping.

Top 10 camping tips

7 March 2015

IF YOU are tired of the hustle and bustle of the city, there’s no better way to feel free and at peace than by being surrounded by nature.

One of the best: Student Nur Alip and his parents Salamah Disah,46, (left) and Hariyano Samigo, 50, after receiving the SPM result in Kota Kinabalu.

Sabah sees better SPM results

7 March 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Top performing SPM student Noor Izzati Ambok Chening dedicated her 10As to her late father who died two years ago due to a chronic illness.

Dance teacher Woi Yok Yin (front, middle) leading her students, who were mostly housewives during her belly dancing class at her studio in Kulaijaya, Johor on March 3, 2015.

Swivelling their hips to stay healthy

7 March 2015

KULAIJAYA: Their hips certainly don’t lie as this group of mothers thrust, shake and swivel to the beat of Middle-Eastern music.

Capitalise on coronation celebration, businessmen urged

7 March 2015

JOHOR BARU: Travel agencies and entrepreneurs have been asked to double their efforts to commercialise and promote their products in conjunction with the coronation of the Sultan of Johor.

Abandoned: The poor design and planning at the Muara Sungai Duyong Fishery Hub making it difficult for fishing boats and sampans to moor during low tide.

Fishery hub to be improved to accommodate fishermen docking

7 March 2015

MALACCA: Plans are afoot to transform the deserted Muara Sungai Duyong Fishery Hub into a sustainable economy ecosystem benefitting the fishermen and community.

Proud scouts: Kadir, (standing from seventh from the left) together with the recipients of PJP after the award ceremony held at a hotel.

17 recognised for contribution to movement

7 March 2015

MALACCA: Renowned publisher Datuk Dr. Ivan Hoe Wat Sing who heads PNI Neuron Group is among 17 members of Malacca Scouts Guild awarded the Pingat Jasa Pengakap (PJP) by the Malaysian Scout Council during a ceremony at a hotel here.

Farmers want to be heard

7 March 2015

TANAH RATA: A group of disgruntled small-time farmers here have resorted to staging protests over pressing issues affecting them after their plight fell on deaf ears.

Not easy being a mother

7 March 2015

AT THE time of writing this, I have been housebound for six days. Aside from trips to the paediatrician in the past week, I have been spending Chinese New Year (CNY) indoors nursing my sick baby.

Singing out: Veteran pub rocker Vijay David joins the Strollers 2 for tomorrow’s big day with Smokie as the headliners.

Musical vibes a special treat at the pubs

7 March 2015

A new hotspot in the Mont Kiara area, the Bar°n serves up some great grub and live music. Monday nights belong to Chek Det, who brings a reggae tinge to the air in the outlet.

DBKL should keep their promises

7 March 2015

While I welcome Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib’s promise that heritage buildings will not be sacrificed in plans to transform KL into a city of skyscrapers (More towers to dot KL skyline, StarMetro), the sorry state of Brickfields’ 100 Quarters make me doubt the sincerity of DBKL’s commitment.

Parking woes Congestion on narrow roads a danger to motorists

7 March 2015

THANK you for highlighting in StarMetro the condition of Jalan Kemajuan.

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