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A MACARON tower is the highlight this Christmas at Le Meridien Putrajaya. And rightly so, because the meringue and almond cookies here are just wonderful.
MIRI: Mary Anne Vaz is an accomplished artist who loves to teach both young and old.
JOHOR BARU: The majority of commuters are happy with the centralised ticketing system (CTS) at the Larkin Sentral bus terminal which was introduced in December last year.
SOUNDS of suppressed laughter are audible in a small farm called Mulberries in Xiangkhoung, Laos, where a group of women huddle over a boiling cauldron of natural dye.
KLANG: 34 residents who have lived in Kampung Padang Jawa, Klang, since the 1970s may have their houses demolished by today (Oct 3) and are asking the landowner to "be fair" and stick to the existing tenancy agreement rather than forcing them to sign a new one.
THERE is something wrong with people who litter, says Setiawangsa MP Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad.
HICCUPS experienced by users are only teething issues, says Digital Tempo (DT) with regards to complaints regarding payment for on-street parking in Putrajaya, which can only be made via the Parkbyphone mobile app.
WHILE it is natural to view paintings straight on, further appreciation can be had from the side when it comes to Loo Hooi Nam’s works.
MIRI: Wonderful dance performances, colourful costumes and patriotic songs were the order of the day in Miri city yesterday.
JOHOR BARU: Fresh red chilli from China, Thailand and Vietnam are not hot enough for most Malaysians and many are willing to fork out extra money to buy local fresh red chilli although the imported ones are cheaper.