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THE fifth edition of the International Greentech and Eco Products Exhibition & Conference Malaysia (IGEM) 2014 is set to be the biggest yet with more than 60,000 visitors from over 60 countries expecting to raise over RM1.2bil in business leads.
Maybank Islamic Berhad is organising its inaugural “Cycle Save A Child’s Heart” event, in conjunction with the Maybank Global Corporate Responsibility (CR) Day.
THE Malaysia Retail Chain Association (MRCA) will be celebrating its 22nd anniversary this year.
THE Kontiki is open! Located on the mezzanine floor of The Federal Kuala Lumpur in Jalan Bukit Bintang, the restaurant features a contemporary concept with a wide buffet spread to whet the appetite of patrons.
IT was a night of glitz and glamour as the winner of ATV Miss Asia Malaysia 2014 was crowned in the swanky JW Marriott hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
Good support is vital when choosing a mattress and health-conscious homeowners are constantly looking out for new innovations in the market.
THERE is a glimmer of hope for traders in Jalan Tengku Kelana, Klang, who are urging the proposed third Light Rail Transit (LRT3) alignment be rerouted.
SIX shops in Jalan Taiping, Rawang that have been operating for more than 75 years, are in danger of being demolished by the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) to make way for a drain-widening project.
AS SELANGOR sees a new Mentri Besar appointed today, various local councils in the state can expect new faces at the helm as some of the council heads are retiring while others are expected to be moved in upcoming transfers.
THE application period for the Subang Jaya Municipal Council’s SJ 10km Green Run has been extended until Sept 26 to encourage more residents to sign up.
ABOUT 11 community leaders and non-governmental organisations are unimpressed by the Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) budget spending trend.
THERE are few towns in this part of the world that have undergone a more successful turnaround. Exactly a decade ago, Siniawan in Sarawak was hit by one of the worst floods that its residents can remember.
Are h ypermark ets the death of small neighbourhood businesses? The answer isn’t as clear cut as many think.
THANKS to globalisation, doing business across vast oceans and geopolitical borders has become quite easy.
DIAMONDS may be a girl’s best friend but there are plenty of other equally, if not more fabulous, gems out there that can shine just as bright and are as eye-catching if the recent Amee Phillips jewellery collection showcase is anything to go by.
AS A long-time expatriate in Malaysia, I have discovered that in order to get the best food, you often have to journey to the worst places.
WORLD Car Free Day is a little known event which takes place today.
SHANGHAI Darters Singapore proved too strong when they defeated Home & Away Fit Flight in a one-sided final to bag the Malaysian Open Darts Championship 2014 (MO14) team title and RM12,000 in prize money recently.
PREPARATIONS at the Shah Alam Stadium are in full swing for the 13th edition of The Sultan of Selangor’s Cup 2014 (TSSC), set to take place this Saturday.
ARIFIN Toto Ariyanto was recently selected as Accor Malaysia Hotel’s third lucky winner in the group’s Explore Malaysia campaign.
Life’s a breeze on two wheels
Bumpy ride to the office
Big-box vs mom-and-pop
Heritage done right
Stadium gets green light
Amee Phillips unveils its latest collection during event held at hotel
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