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Auctioned painting raises RM168,888

SEREMBAN: A painting donated by MCA Youth chief Datuk Chong Sin Woon and auctioned at a dinner has raised RM168,888 for a special fund to help traders affected by the fire at the Seremban wet market last month.

Shot in the arm: Chong (fourth from left), Seremban Wet Market Welfare Traders Association head Koh Lee Giap (yellow T-shirt) and association members giving the thumbs up during the cheque presentation ceremony.

RM305,000 for inmate’s death

JOHOR BARU: The family of a drug addict who died after being assaulted at the Cure and Care Reha­bilitation Centre (CCRC) in Kota Tinggi four years ago has been awarded RM305,000 by the High Court here.

Case matters: Ahmad Hafiz (second left) speaking to journalists outside the Civil High Court here in Johor Baru.

Music video gives old song new life

KUCHING: In celebration of her heritage, Sarawakian musician Alena Murang is making the first Kelabit music video to bring new life to an old song called Re Lekuah.

Proud of her heritage: Alena performing ‘Re Lekuah’ for the music video. — Photo courtesy of Alena

Don: Stick with traditional material for Loy Krathong

KOTA BARU: Using floats made of polystyrene foam or other non-biodegradable material defeats the purpose of celebrating the Thai festival of Loy Krathong, said Kelantan Siamese Association president Assoc Prof Pim Chau Dam.

High Court rejects trader’s appeal in forgery case

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has upheld the conviction and sentence of a businessman who used forged documents pertaining to his second wife’s resignation and transfer of shares in a company 11 years ago.

Youth stabs man in failed robbery bid

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Police arrested a 19-year-old youth after he stabbed his victim five times during a botched robbery outside a supermarket in Jalan Alma here.

Under remand: The suspect being led by police into the patrol car after he was apprehended by the public in Jalan Alma, Bukit Mertajam.

Festive eye-opener for 60 preschoolers

IT was a whole new experience for some 60 preschoolers of various races as they took part in an early Deepavali celebration at Sri Muniswarar Temple in Jalan Baru, Prai on the Penang mainland.

Children of Tadika Langkah Pertama with their teachers and volunteers in an early Deepavali celebration at the Sri Muniswarar Temple in Jalan Baru, Prai. — Photo: MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star

Bringing festive joy to the poor

GOODIE bags were given to 400 lessfortunate people in Tasek Gelugor, Penang, to mark Deepavali.

Jahara presenting a goodie bag to a recipient at Dewan JKKKP in Jalan Berlian, Teluk Air Tawar near Butterworth.

Malaysia Makkal Sakti Party hands out hampers at open house

SINGLE mother K. Kannambah bought Deepavali clothes for her two daughters but not for herself as she was on a tight budget.

Thanenthiran talking to children from Ramakrishna Ashram after presenting them with money packets and clothing during the Deepavali open house at Dewan Sri Mariamman in Jalan Mengkuang, Butterworth.

Hafizh comes in third at Motegi

PETALING JAYA: Moto2 rider Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah put up an incredible performance under wet, tricky conditions to clinch a second podium finish for the season at the Japan Grand Prix at Motegi Circuit.

Revving it up: Hafizh Syahrin (inset) leading Dominique Aegerter of Switzerland during the Moto2 race at the Japanese Grand Prix yesterday. — AFP

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