Pedestrians find DBKL‘s safety measure to deter snatch thieves a hassle

MORE than 40km of security fencing that was put up by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) in various parts of the city are not serving its intended purpose as city folk are forced to walk on the road because of the project’s poor execution.


Boosting the talent pool

THE RM21.4mil Relau City Sports Complex, which boasts of Olympic-class swimming and diving pools, is now open to the public.

Slaughterhouse gets the green light

Ibrahim (second from left) trying on the Let’s Do It Without Polystyrene campaign T-shirt at Low Yat Plaza, Jalan Bukit Bintang.

THE chicken abattoir project at the Selayang wet market will proceed despite objections from people in the area.


Top 10 nibbles from Penang

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MOST of my visits to my hometown in Penang involve a food crawl of some sort – from the time I arrive to the time I leave the island.

Ex-minister's winning photo

Fong and his photo that won second place in The Societies of Photographers’ Travel Photographer of the Year awards 2016. He used a 24/70 lens with 36mm setting and applied shutter speed of 1.250 and an aperture of F9 for this shot.

WHEN people visit Hoi An in Vietnam, many are there to take in the sights of the Yellow City, a scenic historical port city that appears to have soaked up the colour of the sun.

Eat & Drink


When age is only a number

HK’s forte remains the short game as he displays with his recovery from the sand.

At 80 most people would be happy if they could still walk and be healthy. But of course, there are always the extreme ones who simply defy convention.


Venture that gets bigger

Peter Ng has come far as an entrepreneur, building his education group from scratch and expanding into other ventures besides, but he is largely still a teacher at heart.



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