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DBKL moves Ramadan bazaar again, it will now be on Jalan Raja

KUALA LUMPUR: In an about turn, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will now relocate the Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman/Jalan Masjid India Ramadan bazaar in Kuala Lumpur to Jalan Raja, in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad building.

Role models of empowerment

HOW does a successful woman think? What kind of motto does she go by?

(From left) Star Media Group events business executive Skye Shum, assistant general manager Corinne Chieng, Jamie Tiong and MBO Cinemas product and branding marketing public relations assistant manager Suthan Tangabello. — KAMARUL ARIFFIN/The Star

Fun-tastic morning workout

HEALTH enthusiast Azizan Awang always wanted to have a happy time with his sons, so he decided to don a colourful afro wig at the Star Health Fun Run 2019 in Bayan Lepas, Penang.

Participants expressing their joy at the start of the Star health Fun run 2019. — Photos: KT GOH, CHAN BOON KAI, LIM BENG TATT and ZHAFARAN NASIB

Together we are beautiful

IN conjunction with International Women’s Day, a group of 40 women artists came together to put up an art exhibition at the PenangPac in Straits Quay, Penang.

Tan (seated, centre), Dr Choong (in orange) and artists taking a group picture during the opening ceremony of the International Women’s Day Art Exhibition 2019 at PenangPac in Straits Quay, Penang. — Photos: ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

Deals aplenty at twin event

WAKING up with a sudden stiff neck, administration executive Sharon Kheoh almost cancelled her visit to Star Health Expo 2019.

Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abdul Rahman (right) with Great Eastern northern region senior agency director Lau Kok Hin trying out the Kinetic Bike. Looking on in the background (from second right) are I.Star Events Sdn Bhd CEO Datuk Adriana Law, I.Star Ideas Factory Sdn Bhd director Jason yap, Star Media Group chief content officer Esther Ng and Star Media Group executive editor Rozaid Abdul Rahman (second left) at the health expo.

Scholarships worth RM2.5mil for Miri students

Curtin University Malaysia is offering outstanding students in Miri a special category of scholarships for studies in its foundation programmes and selected degree programmes in conjunction with its 20th anniversary this year.

Curtin University Malaysia has, since 2015, awarded over RM25mil worth of scholarships to students from all walks of life.

Assuaging public concerns

PASIR GUDANG: Panic and concerns over the unknown due to the chemical dumping at Sungai Kim Kim is causing unnecessary anxiety among the public.

Victims of
the toxic spill
at Sungai Kim Kim await their turn to go through the decontamination process by the Hazardous Materials Response Team (Hazmat) at the medic base. — Bernama

Johor MB downplays Batam visit

PASIR GUDANG: Under fire Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian has downplayed his recent visit to Batam, Indonesia, and refused to comment on the issue.

Osman (centre)chats with a patient during his visit to the Pasir Gudang Indoor Stadium medic base. — Bernama

Errant tour agency spoils holiday plans for many

JOHOR BARU: Elizabeth Lawrence’s hopes of visiting the United Arab Emirates with her husband and friends were dashed when they were cheated by a tour agency.

Towards a smart partnership

MELAKA: The state government is looking to foster a working relationship with foreign telecommunication giants as part of an ambitious plan to improve the state’s Internet connectivity.

Kerk said a special task force will be formed to cut red tape in obtaining the necessary approvals for telco-related matters. — Bernama