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ipawaiter240515 1... Japanese student Nami Yamauchi (centre) carrying her tray carefully while trying to walk as fast as possible during the Ipoh International Waiters Race at Lost World of Tambun on May 24. Behind her is another Japanese participant Miki Osuga.

It’s a balancing act at Ipoh International Waiter’s Race

27 May 2015

IT was a warm and sunny morning at the Lost World of Tambun, where more than 300 participants from the hospitality industry had gathered to put their speed and skills to the test in the Ipoh International Waiter’s Race.

Lost World of Tambun Assistant General Manager Jasmy Othman (4th left) handover the sponsoring entrance tickets of Sunway Lost World of Tambun themepark for the Starwalk luckydraw winners to The Star Advertising Representative Tan Chek Tong(3rd left) accompanied by Senior Executive Communications and Public Relations Mazian Nawawi(right) and The Greese show girls

Win tickets for a splashing time at theme park

27 May 2015

LUCKY draw winners during this year’s Ipoh Starwalk 2015 will get the chance to have a splashing fun time at the Lost World of Tambun, thanks to the theme park’s sponsorship.

A mess: Old furniture are among the rubbish left lying about at the illegal dumpsite in Laluan Puncak Jelapang.

Rubbish dumping woes in Laluan Puncak Jelapang left unresolved despite complaints

27 May 2015

NUMEROUS complaints to the Ipoh City Council on three illegal dumpsites located at different rows of Laluan Puncak Jelapang have fallen on deaf ears.

Confusion remains on joint-venture GST

27 May 2015

KUCHING: With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) now into the second month of implementation, developers are still coming to grips with it, especially with regard to joint-venture development.

Not sure what’s in for Sarawak under 11th Malaysia Plan

27 May 2015

Midin Salad - By Yu Ji
I HAVE long harboured thoughts that the five-year Malaysia plans have been overblown in effectiveness.

Festive greetings: Ting (second from right) and Yii greeting the public at the Miri Gawai Dayak bazaar.

No Gawai joy without wages

27 May 2015

MIRI: The Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) has called on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to immediately lift the freeze on the financial accounts of those timber firms being probed for alleged illegal logging and corruption because of the Gawai Dayak celebrations on Monday.

Iban CDs and VCDs seized in raid

27 May 2015

SIBU: A total of 1,067 pirated Iban song CDs and VCDs worth RM5,000 were confiscated by the Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism Ministry during a surprise raid.

Optimistic: Curtis says the better results due to strong local demand.

Construction sectors lift cement maker’s profit

27 May 2015

KUCHING: Conglomerate Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) has chalked up sterling quarterly results, largely bolstered by the strong performance of its construction materials and trading business as well as construction and road maintenance business.

Bright attraction: (From left) Tourists Nurul Farain Johari, Yusmayaqira Mohd Yusof and Azizah Che Mee taking a wefie using a smartphone after chancing upon the bicycle sculpture along Jalan Tun Dr Awang in Bayan Lepas.

Sculpture wheel-ing in admirers

27 May 2015

A SCULPTURE made with 105 gaily painted bicycles, which is 600m-long near the Penang International Airport, is fast becoming a tourist attraction and photography venue for wedding couples.

100 Quarters in Brickfields will be demolished this month. (Bottom) A man scavenging for reusable materials from the abandoned 100 Quarters houses.Photos: AZMAN GHANI

100 Quarters flattened soon

27 May 2015

The 100 Quarters in Jalan Rozario, Brickfields, that was ravaged by vandals and scrap metal dealers early this year will be demolished. Work will start latest by Monday.

Faster transactions: Tan (seated left) talking to RHB Bank Berhad Group cash management solutions department chief Norazila Hizam (seated right) after the launch of Bank Negara’s roadshow in Prai.

Bank Negara holding roadshows to promote online banking

27 May 2015

BANK Negara Malaysia (BNM) will use a three-pronged approach to accelerate the country’s migration to e-payments.

Exclusive club: Kam (right) presenting the meet-and-greet passes to Mok (left) and Chooi (center).

Football fans earn their Spurs

27 May 2015

THERE were no Monday blues for those who lined up early in the morning to redeem free passes to watch Tottenham Hotspurs in action at a ticket giveaway session at Menara Star in Petaling Jaya.

1 Houseowners who prefer modern designs will like the Kor-Sys K7 series of kitchen furniture.2 Kim (second from left) and Chang (third from left) being flanked by models at the grand opening of the sixth concept showroom in Damansara Perdana.3 Visitors checking out the range of faucets available at the Ga Hing concept showroom.

Company’s sixth furniture showroom boasts more than 50 brands

27 May 2015

THE newly launched Ga Hing concept showroom in Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya, is set to bring a variety of house furniture closer to its customers.

Altruistic act: Thirumoothy (second from right, in batik shirt) handing over Team Force’s contribution to Samy Vellu.

Helping Nepal quake victims

27 May 2015

TEAM Force, a security firm in Malaysia collected about RM750,000 in material aid for those affected by the earthquake in Nepal.

The launch event of Art of Speed 2015 saw many of its participants arriving in flashy style in what feels like a sneak peek of whats to come at the event that celebrates custom and classic beauties on wheels.

Automotive show back with a vroom

27 May 2015

THE Art of Speed 2015 is back for the fourth year, bringing a showcase of custom and classic artworks of bikes and cars.

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