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AirAsia launches direct route from JB to Macao

SEPANG: AirAsia has launched a new direct route to Macao from Johor Bahru to further expand the southern hub starting Nov 28, 2017.

Man thought foetus was a ‘dead cat’

POLICE are investigating a man’s claim that the “dead cat” his friend asked him to bury was a foetus, Kosmo! reported.

Hazami Azmi singing beggar.

Ex-footballer Zuhairie dedicates success to infant son Harith

ZUHAIRIE Ahmad Tarmizi (pic) always dreamt of making it in football.

New president aims to ‘score big’

KOTA BARU: The country’s first woman to be elected to head a state football association will count on her business acumen to “score big”.

Triumphant: Bibi Ramjani reacting after she won the Kelantan Football Association’s presidency.

PKNP coach Abu Bakar wants his boys to dream big

PETALING JAYA: Unheralded Perak State Development Corpo­ration (PKNP) promise to turn heads in the M-League.

Public helps youth get new hearing aid

A HEARING-IMPAIRED polytechnic student in Pasir Gudang, Johor, was all smiles after receiving a new hearing aid.

Mass wedding ceremony sets national record

A total of 271 Muslim couples participated in a mass wedding ceremony known as ‘Perkahwinan PERDANA TTB 2017‘.

Bringing it on in Johor

Parti Pribumi turned one year old with a grand celebration but can its 92-year-old superstar help turn around the floundering fortunes of Pakatan Harapan?

One year on: Pakatan’s ‘top dog’ is enjoying his new lease of life on the fast lane of politics as his party marks its first anniversary in Muar..

Malaysia’s Horse Whisperer

DATUK Kamaruddin Abdul Ghani (pic) may be small in stature, but he has a staggering list of accomplishments in equestrian. He is called Centaur (who is half-man and half-horse in Greek mythology) by the international fraternity for his devotion to the sport. Among locals, he is known as the Horse Whisperer. Having contributed so much to Malaysian equestrian, the 72-year-old is still not done yet. RAJES PAUL met up with the jovial, witty and passionate man and was blown away by his fervour to do more for the nation – including racing again!

My Local Maid: Creating job opportunities for Malaysian women

KUALA LUMPUR: When Nor Asma Arifin graduated with a diploma in accounting, the fifth of 10 children thought she was on the way out of poverty. But the 21-year-old from Dungun, Terengganu, spent a year looking for a job after graduation with no luck.

 Nor Asma Arifin, who was initially apprehensive about living with strangers, has adjusted well to living with her employer’s family. She helps care for his three children and does the household chores.ST PHOTO: NADIRAH H. RODZI.