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Going green: (From left) Sarawak CIDB director Mohd Merzan Hashim, PAMSC chairman Stephen Liew, Kho and Terence Tan from ACE Events launching BTS 2015 yesterday.

Sustainable design focus of latest building trade show

2 August 2014

KUCHING: The Building Trade Show (BTS) 2015 will focus on sustainable design with its theme of “Go Green”.

Benefits of breast milk for babies

2 August 2014

SIBU: This year’s state-level World Breast Feeding Week celebration will take place tomorrow at the Civic Centre.

Firms abort JV project

2 August 2014

KUCHING: Another joint-venture (JV) project to develop native customary rights (NCR) land into large-scale oil palm plantation has been aborted.

Meteorological Department warns of rough seas off Bintulu waters

2 August 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Thunderstorm activities occurring over three new areas are expected due to the Nakri tropical storm detected approximately 2,583km northeast of Kudat, Sabah.

No choice: A villager bathing in a drain at Ulu Semera. Dozens, if not hundreds of villagers, along Jalan Samarahan-Sadong Jaya have been without consistent water supply since the middle of the Ramadan month. - ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / The Star

Taps deliver nothing but air

2 August 2014

KUCHING: For over two weeks now, dozens, if not hundreds, of villagers living along Jalan Samarahan-Sadong Jaya have been hit hard by the dry weather.

Downpour brings huge relief to firemen fighting mountain fires

2 August 2014

BAU: The Fire and Rescue Department stopped operations to fight the bush fire that erupted on two mountains here.

Popular kids workshop on financial literacy makes return

2 August 2014

SIBU: Children can learn about where money comes from and why they should begin saving from young at a kids financial literacy workshop tomorrow.

Someone torched my BMW, cries pensioner

2 August 2014

KUCHING: A pensioner lodged a police report in Sungai Maong suspecting someone had set fire to his BMW.

Sarawak UCSI students help families break poverty cycle

2 August 2014

KUCHING: Hospitality students of UCSI University Sarawak Campus have raised funds for D’Wira Childcare Centre, a charity for children of underprivileged families.

Stop big vehicles from entering town centre, council urged

2 August 2014

SIBU: The local council has been urged to stop big vehicles, including lorries and trailers, from entering the town centre.

High rate of success

2 August 2014

MIRI: Welfare authorities have succeeded in reversing the fortunes of nearly 30,000 people living in dire straits throughout the state.

Taib wants immediate cloud seeding in drought-hit areas

2 August 2014

KUCHING: Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud has ordered for immediate cloud seeding operations to be carried out in several areas in the state that are facing water supply shortage due to the drought.

Preparing for motherhood in 21st century London

2 August 2014

Samantha Hiew has been in the UK for the last decade.

Kicker: Star Radio Group traffic announcer 'Navster' Navin Rishal gives the banana leaf rice at Restoran Sri Grand City in PJ the thumbs up. Kicking off the third month of the Star People's Food Awards is the theme of banana leaf rice. - Photo by CHAN TAK KONG

Banana leaf meal beckons

2 August 2014

A banana leaf loaded with vegetables, curries, achar, papadam and fluffy white rice is probably the epitome of a satisfying meal.

Coffee shop dishes: A good meal is more than just good taste, and traditional eateries like Kong Heng in Ipoh is proof of that.

It's a matter of taste

2 August 2014

THERE are countless books on how to keep customers coming back.

ipamiss200714 10... The girls donning their nature-themed sportswear while dancing to the beat during the Miss Malaysia Earth 2014 pageant at MH Hotel on July 20.

Contestants win the hearts of judges with their earthy-themed ensembles

2 August 2014

THE ballroom of MH Hotel may have been cold, but the night sizzled with beauties and gowns galore as 23 of some of the most beautiful Malaysian girls gathered for the Miss Malaysia Earth 2014 grand finals.

A worker roasting dried meat at Ban Lee Heong outlet.

Family business of dried meat and meat floss ventures into China market

2 August 2014

THE story of Ban Lee Heong dried meat and meat floss is one of sheer grit and determination.

The entrance to the multi level car park of Plaza OUG.   (parking in Jalan klang lama)

Several affordable parking spaces leave no reason to obstruct traffic in Jalan Kelang Lama

2 August 2014

Jalan Kelang Lama is the main route to areas such as Kuchai Lama, Taman Desa and Puchong.

Jalan Utara, which will be part of the one way traffic system

Expert's claim traffic flow within the Kidex corridor will improve

2 August 2014

A majority of existing roads and highways within the Kinrara-Damansara Expressway (Kidex) corridor will see a reduction in traffic congestion when the expressway is built, said an engineer.

KCC's proud winners. (From left), Mohd Faisal Sabudin,
 Thong Seng Tak and Debbie Low with their trophies.

Taiwan win two titles in tennis, Debbie shines on the fairways

2 August 2014

MALLACA: Taiwan picked up two out of the four titles at stake at the Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) Boys and Girls Under-14 Tennis Championships while Debbie Low, the 2004 winner made a refreshing comeback to bag the Ayer Keroh Counry Club (AKCC) Ladies Closed Golf Championships after a 10-year lapse.

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