Most Ipoh folk believe that having litterbugs do community service is the most effective punishment for their irresponsible behaviour. — Photos: RONNIE CHIN/The Star

Punishment that should fit the crime

WHEN it comes to handling litterbugs, most Ipoh folk believe that shame is the most effective punishment.


Animation theme park’s soft opening proves to be a big hit

Amit Baid (left) said he opted to celebrate his son Devarshand’s first birthday at MAPS because of the many attractions the park has to offer.

SOME 40,000 guests visited the Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) in Ipoh within the first week of its opening.

Dive site to be hotspot for clownfish

(From left) Zuber, Idros, Ishak, Mohd Sharkar and Kampung Balok headman Razaki Razak (right) giving the thumbs up at the launch of the project

KUANTAN: A popular tourist spot along the beach near Kampung Balok will now become even more popular with the launch of Kampung Nemo, a special village for clownfish.


Reporting in the Digital Age


These three apps are helpful guides for journalists, writes Aida Ahmad.

Kampung Baru Broga draws tourists and investors

One kilometre from the village entrance is the 148-year-old Sak Dato Temple, the pride of the villagers and now a tourist attraction.

THE wait for their favourite ikan bakar or grilled fish on weekends is getting longer. But Kampung Baru Broga villagers are used to this and the traffic jam as diners and tourists throng their village.

Eat & Drink



Leading SMEs into the future

Participants of SOBA Learning Series getting information at the Human Resources Development Fund booth.

SOME small and medium enterprises (SME) in the country are finding it tough when it comes to talent management.


Set guidelines for school adoption

Et Cetera - By Sharon Ling
IN 2009, two primary schools in Sarawak’s remote interior won the Commonwealth Education Good Practice Award.


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