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All tahfiz schools urged to register with authorities

UNREGISTERED and private tahfiz (religious) schools are urged to put aside their worries and do what is right by enrolling with the Perak Islamic Religious Department (JAIPk).

Mohammad Kazim showing one of the emergency exits that remains unlocked throughout the day in the classroom building of the school.

Reaching out to the needy

MANY needy people in the Chinese community tend to shy away from government welfare programmes due to a language barrier and lack of information.

Heng (front, fourth from right) giving the thumbs up with those present for the New Community Vision programme in Gunung Rapat.

Miniature-building workshop for family bonding

A WORKSHOP to create miniature homes will be held at Woody Handy Art, 12A Persiaran Kelebang 1 at the IGB industrial area in Tasek from Sept 27.

Low (white shirt) looking at the miniature house created by Woody Handy Art.

Walk to promote racial harmony in Malaysia

KUCHING: About 3,000 people from various faiths turned up for the 2017 Harmony Walk in a show of solidarity to promote racial harmony.

Some 3,000 people taking part in the harmony walk.

Do-it-yourself festival at Pustaka Miri

MIRI: A do-it-yourself (DIY) festival titled ‘Miri City’s MakersMeet 2017’ will be held on Sept 30.

Stingless bee breeding project will be highlighted at the event.

Council warns against indiscriminate parking in Sibu

SIBU: Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) will clamp vehicles that are indiscriminately parked in the town.

Laterns will be lit up on the evening of Oct 3 at Sibu town square. — filepic

Taking a cue from Taiwanese farmers

MIRI: A number of semi-rural fruit and vegetable farmers here who have ventured into cyberspace to market their products online are getting five times more business and income than before.

Lee (in yellow shirt) after a briefing by Miri Planters Association. — STEPHEN THEN/The Star

Rare jar among Peranakan antique items up for sale

GEORGE TOWN: A late 19th century rare Baba Nyonya kamcheng (covered jar) is set to attract collectors from around the world when it goes up for auction soon.

Precious pieces: (From left) Tan, Soon and former association vice-president Michael Cheah holding, respectively, the ‘kamcheng’, teapot and a sireh box that will be auctioned off.

Raincoat a rider’s best friend during wet seasons

GEORGE TOWN: Motorcyclists might snigger at car drivers stuck in rush hour traffic – until thunderclouds darken the sky.

Keeping dry: Chan (left) buying a raincoat from Tan, the owner of Eng Seng Merchant in Lebuh Noordin.

Malaysia’s first Paralympic gold medallists are all for moderation

KUALA LUMPUR: The mere mention of a sporting event is enough to get Malaysians to instantly set aside their differences and unite to cheer on the athletes representing our country.

Spirit of togetherness: (From left) Muhammad Ziyad, Mohamad Ridzuan and Abdul Latif are proud to be #AnakAnakMalaysia.

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