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Be part of the solution, not problem

AS THE popular adage goes, “God helps those who help themselves”.

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Art collectives band together

IPOH is having a three-month-long art festival featuring works by its art collectives.

Metro News 1d ago

Hungary consular office reopens

DATUK Seri Damien Chua Wei Kee has been appointed the honorary consul of Hungary for the northern region covering Penang, Perak, Kedah and Perlis.




(From left) Zairil, Chua, Dr Berzetei and Kali having a group photo during the appointment ceremony.
Metro News 1d ago

Full scholarships for nine Negri natives

LINTON University College has offered full scholarships to nine deserving anak Negri Sembilan (native to Negri Sembilan) in cooperation with Nilai state assemblyman Arul Kumar Jambunathan. 

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Safer place to eke out a living

SINGLE mother Mariam Ayub and her mentally challenged son no longer need to sell food on the road at the risk of their own lives just to earn a decent income.

Mariam showing the offer letter for a stall in a council food court in Permatang Pauh. with her is her son Mohd Sahir.
Metro News 1d ago

Project preview in Semenyih well-received

Hundreds of guests thronged Setia EcoHill Welcome Centre recently to attend the preview of SP Setia’s upcoming project Setia Mayuri in Semenyih, Selangor.

Metro News 1d ago

Premier shopping destination

JOHOR Premium Outlets (JPO) continues to be an attractive destination for shoppers from around the country and the region, especially Singaporeans, who have flocked here since its opening in December 2011.

Singaporeans Madam Kong, 70, accompanied by her 13-year-old grandson Leong trying on a pair of spectacles.
Metro News 20 Mar 2019

Only dark jackets, please

SELANGOR Speaker Ng Suee Lim has ruled for all state assemblymen to attend the state assembly in dark-coloured jackets.

Metro News 1d ago

Essential help for communities

KUCHING: The Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) has entered into access and benefit sharing agreements with five indigenous communities, ensuring that they will gain from the commercialisation of an essential oil derived from a tree they have traditionally used for generations.




The community leaders receiving the access and benefit sharing agreements from Sarawak Biodiversity Council chairman Tan Sri Wilson Baya Dandot (fourth right). Joining them are Yeo (third left) and Peter Sawal (fourth left) representing the state Urban Development and Natural Resources Ministry.

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