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Groups bring Deepavali cheer to prisoners

SEVERAL organisations in the state donated 1,500 snack packets to inmates at the Penang Prison in conjunction with Deepavali, reported Malaysia Nanban.

I’m in love with Vida, says personal aide

DATUK Seri Vida’s personal assistant Ahmad Iqbal Zulkefli has admitted to falling in love with the cosmetics millionaire and is willing to be her husband, reported Kosmo!.

Young romantic: Ahmad Iqbal says he does not mind the 23-year age gap between him and Vida.

Fearless mum braves fire to save her children

A SINGLE mother is in the intensive care unit of Raja Permai­suri Bainun Hospital in Ipoh, Perak, after saving her three children from a fire in their Teluk Intan home.

Be proactive, Liow urges youth

SERI KEMBANGAN: The Chinese community has been urged to find out more about the Government programmes that have benefited the public.

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Underprivileged children feted to shopping and lunch

SEVEN-year-old friends S.Thevesh, A. Haridev and V. Krishen Raj had a Deepavali to remember when they were treated to a shopping trip by volunteers from the Malaysian Aeon Foundation (MAF) in conjunction with the Festival of Lights.

MAF volunteers Fathia Mohamed (left) and Rosliani Osman helping Thevesh (second from right), Haridev and Krishen Raj (middle) with their shopping.

Penang plans cargo container art district

GEORGE TOWN: If all goes well, Penang will have an art district mainly made with cargo containers.

Creative hub: An artist’s impression of the Penang Arts District. The project will have a built-up area of 9,290sq m.

Illegal foreign women held at massage parlour

YOUNG women and even underage girls are on the “menu” at a massage centre in Puchong which continues to attract customers despite being raided twice by the Immigration Department, reported Harian Metro.

DAP gives highest honour to party pioneer

FORMER Perak DAP chairman Lau Dak Kee (pic), who passed away on Monday, was given the highest honour when party leaders draped the coffin with a party flag as a mark of respect.

Wedding planner charged with cheating client

KLANG: The allegations against shoddy services by ZurinJundi Wedding Planner Services went viral in social media after about 100 of its unhappy clients stormed its office in Shah Alam in late August.

Bus rams into temple after hitting car

PART of a temple in Labu, Negri Sembilan, collapsed after being rammed by a bus that had collided with a car coming from the opposite direction, Malaysia Nanban reported.

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