Recent and archived articles by Elween Loke
MANY taxi drivers in Ipoh are in favour of using the taximeters to standardise the fare rates for passengers.
CONSUMERS are urged to form groups or clubs to cushion the impact of goods and services tax (GST), which will be implemented next year.
EVERY year, come Chinese New Year, the young and the unattached have to resign themselves to a barrage of questions from caring and inquisitive relatives, especially the older folk.
BFORE the mushrooming of high-rise buildings, the Excelsior Hotel had already established a name for itself as one of the iconic landmarks in Ipoh.
PERAK will soon be hosting its first public teaching demonstration for teachers from primary and secondary schools in Kinta Valley.
FISHERMEN in Kuala Gula in Kerian district are concerned that their livelihood will be affected by a series of land clearing activities at the mangrove swamp in Teluk Rubiah.
WITH Chinese New Year over, supermarkets and hypermarkets are making last-ditch attempts to clear festival-related items.
IPOH: The four Form One students who were assaulted by a teacher last week have returned to school.
IPOH: The Perak Fire and Rescue Department battled hard to contain a bushfire that had consumed more than 4ha of forest on the slopes of Gunung Tempurung, located near the Sungai Siput Selatan new village in Kampar.
IPOH: Perak Fire and Rescue department had a hard time putting out a fire at Gunung Tempurung near Sungai Siput Selatan new village in Kampar.