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MIRI: Guang Dong TV has compiled comprehensive footages of the natural attractions, local food and cultural heritages of Sarawak to produce what will be an interesting documentary.
SOME 20 children from the Sunway Mentari low-cost flats in Petaling Jaya consider themselves lucky as they were given the chance to try their hand at playing squash for the past five months.
JOHOR BARU: Buses in Malaysia are expected to have better safety features soon with the launch of Vogel Industries Malaysia’s tensile testing system here.
COME weekends and eve of public holidays, the basketball court at Jalan Putra Perdana 3A, Sepang, comes alive at night as some 20 youths in the area gather to show off their breakdancing skills.
MIRI: Curtin University Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) has been announced as a finalist in the Student Chapter category for The Institution of Chemical Engineers Malaysia Awards 2018.
STREET lights in Klang are being damaged by thieves who rip off the metal opening in lamp posts for scrap and steal the fuses and copper wire within.
RESIDENTS of Jalan Plumbum 101 and 103, in Section 7, Shah Alam, are questioning the rationale for running the LRT3 line through their gated-and-guarded neighbourhood playground.
JOHOR BARU: First-time job seekers, especially school leavers and newgraduates in Johor are advised not to be choosy when entering the working world.
MIRI: Sarawak cities and towns in general are plagued by a poor maintenance culture, says state Minister for Local Government and Housing Datuk Prof Dr Sim Kui Hian.
MIRI: Curtin University Malaysia is offering three new programmes and has enhanced two existing ones with new streams to meet market demands.