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Metro News 1d ago

Hidden hands trying to protect illegal restaurant

KUALA Lumpur mayor Datuk Nor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan is facing “outside” pressure dissuading him from acting against Ali Cafe Tomyam Seafood Restaurant at Jalan Pantai Baru, Bangsar in Kuala Lumpur.

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Eat & Drink 1d ago

Food

Brazilian tenderloin: Enjoy an innovative grill menu of prime aged meat cuts or fresh seafood cooked a la minute over lava stone, charcoal or on the robatayaki-style grill annexed to the stylish main bar and lounge at Hilton Kuala Lumpur.

Metro News 15 Feb 2019

Melaka’s entry point uninviting to tourists

THIS year is Visit Melaka Year but the Immigration, Customs, Quaran­tine and Security (ICQS) Complex in Taman Kota Laksamana is in a shabby state.

Metro News 1d ago

An insight into Ranee Margaret’s life and legacy

KUCHING: Mention Ranee Margaret and many people would probably not know much about her beyond the fact that she was the wife of Charles Brooke, Sarawak’s second Rajah.

Picture of Ranee Margaret with local people on display at the museum.
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It's not only about the numbers, it's about serving the people

THE news that the Pakatan Harapan government is inching towards a two-thirds majority in Parliament is cause for concern in more ways than one.

Focus 15 Feb 2019

Ushering in Chinese New Year under the stars

FIREWORKS, reunion dinner and ang pow are all things that remind people that a new lunar calendar year has arrived and we are now in the Year of the Pig.

Metro News 1d ago

Recurring potholes on Jalan 16/1 leave road users frustrated

Motorists plying Jalan 16/1 in Petaling Jaya are furious as the same stretch is always riddled with large potholes, which have caused a fatal accident in the past.

ART CHEN Large potholes along Jalan 16/1 in Petaling Jaya irks motorists as they fear for their safety.
Metro News 1d ago

Season of hope and expectations

THERE was joy in the air during the Tanjong and Padang Kota Chinese New Year open house in Penang which saw guests tucking into a scrumptious buffet and enjoying stage performances.

A girl dressed up as God of Prosperity taking a group photo with Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow (left) and other guests during the Tanjong and Padang Kota Chinese New Year open house at Lee Sih Chong Soo building in Burmah Road. (from left) Permatang Pauh MP Nurul Izzah Anwar, Senator Lim Hui Ying, and Chows wife Tan Lean Kee.Starpic By: ZAINUDIN AHAD/The Star / 02 Feb 2019
Metro News 1d ago

Building bridges of hope for refugees

NELSON Mandela says it best when he talks about poverty and dignity.

Metro News 1d ago

An end to illegal fishing

MIRI: The authorities have stumbled upon what may be a widespread dirty tactic used by local shipowners to carry out illegal fishing that bring in mega bucks.


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