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TNB cuts power to school over unpaid bills but supply restored by afternoon

ACTIVITIES in SK Methodist Petaling Jaya were disrupted this morning when Tenaga Nasional Bhd cut the power due to unpaid electricity bills since September 2017 but the supply was reconnected at 1.30pm after the school settled its arrears.

TNB employees reinserting the fuse to restore power in SK Methodist Petaling Jaya.

Demolition work begins at Batu Tiga toll plaza

DEMOLITION works are currently underway at the Batu Tiga toll plaza that ended operations earlier this year and PLUS highway managing director Datuk Azman Ismail says it will carried out in stages and is expected to be completed by the end of March.

PLUS highway managing director Datuk Azman Ismail said the demolition work will be carried out in stages and is expected to be completed by the end of March.

Pledging to make KL smoke-free

Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) today announced the launch of a new initiative to create a Smoke-Free Kuala Lumpur.

Some people show blatant disregard for the rules by smoking right next to no-smoking signs. - Filepic

‘Barisan win needed for Sibu redevelopment plan’

SIBU: Barisan Nasional needs to win back the two parliamentary seats – Lanang and Sibu – in the coming general election so that its urban redevelopment plan could be implemented.

Chieng (left) presenting a copy of the redevelopment plan to Abang Johari while Dr Sim (second from right) looks on.

Wong: Unite for sake of Sarawak

SIBU: For Barisan Nasional to recapture predominantly Chinese constituencies in the coming general election, the two Chinese-based parties must work together.

Vital that voters support homegrown entities

SIBU: Only homegrown political parties can determine the future of Sarawak

(Front row, from left) Deputy Chief Minister, Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas, Kong, Abang Johari, his wife Datin Patinggi Juma’ani Tuanku Bujang and Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh showing a lunar new year message.

Learning from each other about women’s issues

KUCHING: The respective women’s councils of Sarawak and Sabah will work together and learn from each other’s experiences to empower women and the family institution in both states.

Fatimah (right) briefing Dr Tarsiah (left) on the Sarawakian sportswomen poster at Wisma Wanita in Kuching.

An asset to be proud of

KUCHING: The Royal Malaysian Navy is inviting the public to its Open Day on board the Gagah Samudera training ship at Pending Port today.

Members of the media touring the deck of the Gagah Samudera at Pending Port. —Photos: ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / The Star

Company makes sizeable donations to charities for Chinese New Year

EIGHTY charitable organisations nationwide received RM800,000 in aid from Da Ma Cai in conjunction with its Chinese New Year charity programme.

God of Prosperity giving out CNY goodies to the residents of Rumah Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Cacat Negeri Perak.

Ang pow bonus for buyers

THIS Chinese New Year, property developer Team Keris Bhd (TKB) is awarding generous ang pow to those who are interested in buying property from them.

Buyers of Team Keris’ luxury bungalows at Manor Born will be eligible for the special ang pow. — Filepic

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