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Anniversaries people should celebrate

FOR many, an anniversary carries a romantic connotation. It is a special date when you and your partner celebrate making the relationship official.

Appointing more women and youth grassroots leaders

SEMPORNA: The state government is in the midst of finalising the appointments of grassroots leaders including village heads, native chiefs and Village Security and Development Committee (JKKK) members.

Working together to bring in more investment

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority (Sedia) is ready to collaborate with agencies under the International Trade and Industry Ministry (MITI) to transform Sabah into a regional economic powerhouse.

Dr Mohd Yaakub (third from right) presenting a memento to Leiking (second from left)

Rescuers praised for finding missing climber

MIRI: The search and rescue personnel involved in rescuing Stanley Kho, 22, have been praised.

Investigate failed water supply project, urges Pelawan rep

SIBU: Sarawak DAP vice-chairman David Wong wants the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate the RM900mil Tanjung Manis water supply project as Phase One did not achieve its objective.

Growing business to explore

MIRI: Both Sabah and Sarawak are banking on local fruits to bring in revenue.

Lee (in white shirt) greeting traders at the Saberkas night market.— ANSOVINA LAI / The Star

Exciting activities for museum’s 135th anniversary

THE Perak Museum will organise various activities in conjunction with its 135th anniversary celebration to educate and get the people acquainted with museums in the country.

State Tourism, Arts and Cultural committee chairman Tan Kar Hing (right) and state Youth, Sports and Human Capital Development committee chairman Howard Lee with the Sukma XIX mascot Yeop at the launch of the Sukma Exhibition at Perak Museum. — Filepic

Smart classrooms for pupils in Menglembu school

SJK(C) Bukit Merah in Menglembu plans to have six smart classrooms,

A roundabout to the rescue

RESIDENTS in Bandar Seri Botani, Ipoh, are relieved that a roundabout is being built near Taman Lapangan Hartamas to prevent accidents from occurring at a dangerous junction there.

Tan (left) and Zuraidah (right) visit the site of the roundabout.

Colourful sketches of patriotism

A MERDEKA Day shoe decorating contest forsecondary school students organised by Pallassaw many potential winning entries.

Ho showing some of the colourful footwear received for the Sayangi Malaysiaku shoe drawing contest at the company’s premises in Beach Street, George Town, Penang. — Photos: Gary Chen/The Star

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