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Strict enforcement the only way

30 August 2014

THE recent call by Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem for the police to step up enforcement against crime and to beef up security is much welcomed.

First-half Sarawak Plantation net profit surges

30 August 2014

KUCHING: Sarawak Plantation Bhd (SPB) has achieved net profit of RM30.8mil in the first six months ending June 30, compared with a net profit of RM8.8mil in the same period last year.

The all-Sarawakian cast of "Doh... Adoh" striking a pose at the sitcom's launch.

New sitcom ‘Doh... Adoh’ with multi-racial cast to boost tourism

30 August 2014

KUCHING: Sarawak’s local dialects and way of life will be showcased in a new sitcom to be aired on TV1 starting next Tuesday.

Don’t be too hard on blind masseurs, council told

30 August 2014

SIBU: The Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) has been told to be more sympathetic with the blind by giving them licence to continue operating their massage centres.

-catholic priest turned social activist Michael Jok with natives in longhouse in northern sarawak. Jok had been elected chairman of TAHABAS, a group formed to unite native landowners in sarawak. stephen then pic.

Call to record all ethnic cultures, practices

30 August 2014

MIRI: The Society for Rights of Indigenous People of Sarawak (SCRIPS) wants to record in writing all the important cultures and traditional practices as well as the customary laws of as many indigenous ethnic groups in Sarawak as possible.

Living up to expectations: SMK Mutiara Impian top striker Muhamad Faisal bringing the ball under control before delivering the goal for his school at the mini stadium in Simpang Ampat.

Penang Sports school face exit from Super League

30 August 2014

A NEW threat looms over SMK Mutiara Impian’s football season as they continue to squander precious points in their disastrous Under-17 Ministry of Education (MOE) campaign.

Winson Tan of SMK Padang Polo with his entry "Fish" winner of 3rd prize under the Hearing and Visually impaired and Slow learners category at the 20th Malaysia-Japanese Art Exhibition held at the SMK Tinggi Bukit Mertajam on 21/08/14

Meeting life’s challenges

30 August 2014

BEING visually impaired has never stopped 17-year-old Chew Suit Teng from doing what she loves.

Graceful         move:                Aakash showing                fine             technique              in his dance called       'Rising'.

Dancer is poetry in motion

30 August 2014

Acclaimed British-Indian Kathak dancer Aakash Odedra had his audience in awe with his performance during a George Town Festival show in Penang,

investPenang to help find jobs for staff affected by factory’s closure

30 August 2014

THE job opportunities in Penang look bright for affected employees of Fairchild Semiconductor after the closure of its plant in Bayan Lepas.

All will be well: Yue chatting with 
(left), who is carrying Adiel Haqeem, and 
Izzul Danial's mother Suzana Ahmad.

Timely aid for little ones

30 August 2014

NOORSAMSIDA Sabberan’s first child was born with a complex and rare heart defect and died after two months.

Performers spinning around with their trolleys, much to the delight of spectators, during the performance at Gurney Plaza..//CHAN BOON KAI/THE STAR/(28th Aug 2014)

Cartful of thrills and stunts

30 August 2014

SPECTATORS who caught the Asian premiere of Shaun Parker and Company’s ‘Trolleys’ at Gurney Plaza in Penang, will likely have a newfound appreciation of shopping carts.

Collector's item: The limited edition Anak Malaysia Commemorative silver coins

N-Day limited edition coins

30 August 2014

Limited to only 188 pieces nationwide and sold at RM950 per set, it features bronze sculpture characters representing the cohesiveness and harmony that exist within Malaysia’s multi-racial society.

United we stand: 
Participants at the Penang Merdeka Day dry run in the Esplanade area in George Town.

Focus on spirit of Merdeka

30 August 2014

THE state-level Merdeka Day parade will be held tomorrow at the Esplanade in Penang.

Getting into the mood: Pupils of SJK (C) Eng Chuan helping each other put up a Jalur 
Gemilang bunting in their school compound in Lebuh Katz, George Town.

Schools out to celebrate National Day in full force

30 August 2014

PATRIOTIC spirit filled SJK (C) Eng Chuan as the pupils and teachers used their creativity to decorate their school in conjunction with Merdeka Day celebration tomorrow.

Sharing a light moment: Dr Thilagavathi (second left), Universiti Malaya Faculty of Languages and Linguistics dean Prof Zuraidah Mohd Don (third right) and other participants posing for a photograph during the event.

Images to send a clearer picture

30 August 2014

PICTURE quotes are gaining popularity in the social media as they are concise, meaningful and educational when being used in chat groups.

Stick to your own rules, council urged

30 August 2014

THE Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) should comply with its own conservation guidelines to save the Soonstead mansion in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah.

Healthy choice: (From left) Leong, Mohd Hamdan and Yeoh showing the High 5 Sandwich Bread Wheat Germ & Oats that will be given out to lucky walkers.

Company sponsors 4,000 loaves of newly launched bread

30 August 2014

LUCKY participants of Penang Starwalk 2014 will each receive a loaf of the newly launched wholesome High 5 Sandwich Bread Wheat Germ & Oats.

Just for you: Hotel Royal Penang staff members showing the vouchers that are up for grabs.

More treats to pamper walkers

30 August 2014

MORE hotel stay and meal prizes are pouring in for Penang Starwalk 2014.

We love Malaysia: Pupils of SK Penaga Jaya waving the Jalur Gemilang in front of a 30m-long handprinted national flag which they designed at the school
premises in
Penaga, Kepala Batas.

School displays patriotism in its own way

30 August 2014

PUPILS, teachers and staff members of SK Penaga Jaya in Penaga, north Seberang Prai, designed a 30m-long unique Jalur Gemilang with their palm prints to show their patriotic spirit in conjunction with National Day celebration tomorrow.

Race against time: (From left) Soon, Hartini and Tan discussing a point during a visit to the Penang Hill multi-storey car park project in Air Itam.

Penalty for further delay

30 August 2014

THE company given the contract to rebuild the controversial car park at the foot of Penang Hill will be penalised RM5,000 a day if it fails to complete the job by Sept 25.

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