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MP: Campaign to tarnish politicians’ name part and parcel of elections

TITIWANGSA MP Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani said the recent smear campaign to tarnish his good name was politically motivated and carried out by irresponsible people.

Getting into the rhythm of fun


Singer-songwriter Talitha Tan will be taking the stage in Alexis Ampang next weekend.

Historical 'House of 72 families’ to go

The future looks bleak for another building carrying more than a century of history along Burmah Road.

Sisters Goay Choo (yellow), Goay Eng, 66, (red) and Goay Lan, 64, (purple) drying clothes at the premises where they had spent their childhood. — Photos: CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

Helping patients cope with cancer

STUDIES have shown that having a support system can bring about positive benefits including better coping skills and higher levels of well-being.

Brand launches contest to mark 125th anniversary

SKINCARE brand Johnson’s is now 125 years old.

Shop for MDDB merchandise and adopt a pup at mall tomorrow

IT IS a weekly routine for members of canine welfare organisation Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) to seek homes for their many rescued dogs and puppies.

Breakfast session for poor and needy folk

A SOUP kitchen is now available for the poor at the Rifle Range flats in George Town, thanks to Malaysian United Party (MU).

Wu (standing right) serving breakfast to residents at Block G of the Rifle Range flats in George Town, Penang.

Perfecting the pilot watch

ITS name says it. Bell & Ross’ BR03-92 Nightlum lives up to its name and mission of displaying the time with utmost clarity and efficiency.

The time display on BR03-92 Nightlum is perfectly clear even in pitch dark

Festive fun at Hunza’s media night

LOCAL pressmen had a ball of a time at the Hunza Group Media Appreciation Night 2018.

(From left) Teng Tong sharing a light moment with Suthakar and other press representatives.

Enriching needy kids’ lives

IMPRESSED by the voluntary tuition centre run by a couple and their son, a medical officer decided to join them in the hope of making a difference in other people’s lives.

Tan (with arm raised) and Dr Patel (centre) posing with students during one of the recent tuition session at the Farlim Community Hall in Ayer Itam, Penang.