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Nowhere to hide: The Ipoh City Council vector unit fogging a house at Kampung Tawas.

Getting rid of Aedes mosquitoes

27 April 2015

ABOUT 100 Kampung Baru Kampung Tawas folk took time out on a Sunday morning to clean up the neighbourhood to curb dengue fever.

Engineer T. Shashi shopping for diapers and formula milk.

Monthly expenses have gone up since GST was implemented

27 April 2015

PARENTS with young children are feeling the pinch, as they have to fork out extra money to buy essentials such as milk, diapers, cereal and body wash after the implementation of the goods and services tax (GST).

Ready to serve: An EPF employee attending to questions from customers at a service counter at the EPF headquarters in Kuala Lumpur. EPF contributors are both amused and perplexed at the fund’s various proposals in recent weeks. - filepic

EPF proposal draws flak

27 April 2015

MANY feel the Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF) proposal to allow members who keep their money in the fund till the age of 100 to continue receiving dividends is illogical.

Lucky winner: Damsie (right) receiving the replica of the Ranger from Jamiah (second from right)

PNB contest winner still in a daze

27 April 2015

SIBU: Damsie Isa Nelson Ambang says winning a Ford Ranger at the Permodalan National Bhd e-quiz contest was like a dream.

For you: Executive director of ASNB, Mohammad Hussin (right) presenting a souvenir to Aziz at the function.

Study shows only 22% have retirement plan

27 April 2015

SIBU: Most Malaysians are still not having a financial planning for their retirement years.

Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem and his wife Puan Sri Jamilah Anu posing for a group photograph with participants of the community engagement programme in Sri Aman.

Groups pledge support for Adenan’s move to conserve state’s surviving sites

27 April 2015

THE Sarawak Heritage Society (SHS) and Malaysian Institute of Architects Sarawak Chapter (PAMSC) have pledged their support for Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem’s decision to conserve the state’s surviving 14 forts.

Runners of the Breakfast Day 7km run during the flag-off from Kuching City South Council headhquarters yesterday morning.

Great response to healthy lifestyle campaign

27 April 2015

KUCHING: Some 4,000 young and old Sarawakians took part at Milo’s Breakfast Day 3km and 7km runs in the state capital yesterday.

Chief protestor had no choice but to alter story and tried to be hero

27 April 2015

LAST week, an expatriate lady asked me this question: “What happens if your plane’s navigational systems get messed up? How do you guys know how to land?”

greetings. MP for Bintulu Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing (red shirt) visiting the Bintulu Immigration Department recently to discuss issues on illegal foreign workers.

Blacklist needed to stop illegals

27 April 2015

MIRI: The only way to stop the inflow of illegal foreign workers into Sarawak is to draw up a detailed blacklist of foreigners who often entered illegally as well as those employers who often hire these illegal aliens.

Chong seeks details on state projects

27 April 2015

KUCHING: The Sarawak government’s rural spending this year will be huge, and state opposition leader Chong Chieng Jen is urging for transparency.

In tune: Below-16 competitors “B.I.O.” (Born in October), strutting their stuff en route to winning the 16-and-below category.

Sweating it out in dodgeball and dancing at FitForLife health fair

27 April 2015

HEALTH fair FitForLife’s 2015’s sports and fitness zone, especially the Live Great Dodgeball Open and Street Dance Showdown competitions, received enthusiastic response with several teams signing up for both events.

Sporty appeal:  Models pose in casual T-shirts, shorts and sneakers.

Mall rolls out snazzy new looks for fashionistas

27 April 2015

THE latest hot trends were seen at the launch of Sunway Carnival Mall’s fashion celebration.

Rewarded for excellence: (From left) Durrghashini, Kumuthasshri and Sugheson showing their recognition certificates from the state and Penang Hindu Endowment Board..

Brimming with green ideas

27 April 2015

THREE students who bagged a gold medal in the Beijing Youth Science Creation Competition 2015 for their eco-friendly thermo container is now thinking of their next invention aimed at reducing polystyrene usage.

Diverse range of fashion: Exquisite bridal and evening gowns from My Dream Wedding capturing the attention of the crowd.

Fashion week ends with a bang

27 April 2015

PENANG Fashion Week concluded at Gurney Paragon Mall with stylish runway shows that underline the state’s emergence as a regional fashion hub.

Happy occasion: Toleisiama (centre) receiving daily necessities and electrical items from Shah Headan during the ceremony. With them are (from left) Mohamed Ghous, Linggeswaran and Teluk Bahang Village Development and Security Committee chairman Mohd Radzi Embi.

Tenaga brings cheer to needy family

27 April 2015

FOR the last 24 years, Toleisiama Sivakomandram and her two teenage sons have been living in a house, off Jalan Hassan Abbas in Teluk Bahang, Penang, which leaks everytime there is a downpour.

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