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Shouldering a burden to reshape the future

AS PART of the new state government, Howard Lee Chuan How wants to see more young people in Perak changing the way they think of their home state.

Lee (right) presenting medals to the Sri Lankan womens waterpolo team during the Perak Waterpolo Invitational last month.

Review of laws needed to protect sharks in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: There is a need for the new government to review existing laws on shark protection as they are an important capital, say top campaigners.

One of the conservation strategies is to have a shark sanctuary. — filepic

Additional affordable housing for Sarawak

KUCHING: The Local Government and Housing Ministry will roll out an updated version of the national housing policy by year’s end, which puts more focus on the B40 group.

Zuraida paying a courtesy call on Abang Johari during her working visit to Sarawak.

World Cup fever takes over

WHAT an interesting week it has been. We’ve had celebrations, upsets, cries of foul play and late drama, not to mention tears of joy and frustrated ambition.

Mexico’s Hirving Lozano scoring his team’s first goal in the match againt Germany in the World Cup. — Photo: REUTERS

Damper on upgrading works

MIRI: A RM1bil project by Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) to upgrade the electricity supply for Miri is in jeopardy as protestors have resorted to locking the gate to the power substation in the city centre.

SEB maintenance technicians barred from entering the Miri power substation.

RM500,000 for Tabung Harapan

JOHOR BARU: Tabung Harapan Malaysia received a RM500,000 boost when local property development company Christine Resort came forward to donate.

(From left) Liow, Hassan, Tea and Yap at a mock cheque presentation ceremony

Juicy feast for the eyes

THE Art Gallery Penang’s Tropical Fruit Fest group exhibition features artworks so juicy that viewers may be tempted to reach out and take a bite.

Lee showing off ‘Oriental Dragons’ (left) and ‘Combs of Gold’

Beer brand‘s bright new look celebrates bonds of brotherhood

JUST as yum seng is synonymous with Malaysian drinkers, similarly skol, which means “cheers”, is a celebratory expression commonly used among the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.

Fans having a blast at one of the events organised in conjunction with Skol‘s new look

Singing out strong after dark

Elsie Jo Cafe is a great place to kick back and relax and the best part is, every weekend, music reverberates through the air. Live music every Friday and Saturday.

Samantha de Lune will perform in Alexis KL next weekend

Promoting Sabah‘s wild beauty in the UK

A SABAH wildlife adventure package for tourists from the United Kingdom is set to take off later this year.

Humble spent nine days exploring Sabah

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