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GIANT textile house Jakel held a fashion show during the Wives of Civil Servants and Women Civil Servants Association (Puspanita) Annual Conference 2014 at the Seri Endon Hall in Putrajaya.
THE Art in the Park festival was a visual feast in every way, and not only entertained but also educated members of the public who turned out in droves to enjoy their Sunday at the Perdana Botanical Garden.
THE discovery of more than 1,000 dead fish in a monsoon drain in Taman Seraya, Ampang last Saturday has got residents in two neighbourhoods worried.
Business has certainly been growing nicely for plastic home products producer Ee-Lian Enterprise (M) Sdn Bhd.
A LAST-minute team from SK Permatang Damar Laut stunned the top teams by winning the girls’ Under-12 category in the first leg of the three-leg Under-12 Basketball Carnival held at the SJKC Shang Wu Multi-purpose hall in Ayer Itam, Penang.
MOHD Kamal Asyraf clocked in 20.64km per litre on Shell FuelSave 95 to emerge the champion in the Shell FuelSave Challenge 2014.
USING the RHB Debit MasterCard proved to be a rewarding experience for Rusnaidi Mohd Nasir, who won a new Ford Fiesta Sport 1.5L Ti-VCT in a contest organised by the bank.
THE sudden increase in dengue cases in Selangor this year has led to the setting up of several community-based volunteer groups and task forces by the local councils to help combat the menace.
Courts Malaysia has reopened its Kuala Selangor branch with a much bigger and better layout to serve the residents of the coastal town.
A SEMINAR on monetising intellectual property (IP) by experts from the United Kingdom, India and Malaysia will be held next week.
Business-ready and investment-ready startups not neccesarily the same.
ALAMANDA, together with the National Cancer Council (Makna) and the National Population and Family Development Board (LPPKN), recently organised The Pink October 2014 programme with the aim of empowering women to make informed decisions on their health and well-being.
FOR Year Six pupils of SJK(C) Yuk Chai in Petaling Jaya, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enter the Malaysia Book of Records for collecting the most cicada specimens in a single event.
THERE is plenty of business potential for the commerce sector in the field of green efforts, an avenue that will be explored for the first time at the upcoming Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC)-Asean Academy of Engineering and Technology (AAET) Green Award this year.
REMEDIAL efforts to resolve the leaking sewage pipeline along Jalan Taman Kinrara 5/1 in Puchong are close to completion.
CLEANLINESS has been a major issue for residents at the SS19 low-cost flats in Subang Jaya since they moved in more than a decade ago.
NO BUNTING, even if legal with valid council permits, are allowed on protocol roads, Damansara Utama assemblyman Yeo Bee Yin said.
The Selangor Health Department admits that volunteer groups and task forces set up to eradicate dengue has helped reduce the number of positive cases in the state.
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