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DBKL: Unethical sharing led to waste of time, resources

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will take complaints on unhygienic eateries seriously, including videos of dirty practices at restaurants circulating on social media.

DBKL Health and Environment Department deputy director Chandrakant Patel checking the back area of a restaurant in Bangsar. — filepic

Malaysian crowned champion at UK science fest

A BIOLOGICAL science lecturer from Malaysia has beaten 27 other science communicators from across the world to claim the title of 2018 FameLab International Champion in the United Kingdom.

Kye (in headscarf) receiving the award after bagging the 2018 FameLab International Champion title in the UK.

Early preparation for UPSR exam candidates

SJKT Sangeetha Sabah Ipoh organised a two-day motivational talk to prepare the school’s students for the Ujian Peperiksaan Sekolah Rendah scheduled to take place in September.

The schools UPSR students stayed after school hours for two days to attend a motivational talk organised by Rotary Club of Greentown Ipoh.

Honouring a Malaysian hero

HUMAN Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran has paid tribute to VT Sambanthan for his contribution towards Indian society and the independence of then Malaya.

Sambanthan garlanding Tunku Abdul Rahman to welcome the latter home from Malacca where he had proclaimed the date of Independence in February 1956. – National Archives

Capitalising on the holidays

THE two-week school holidays that are set to end this weekend have been the perfect opportunity for families to spend time together.

The Kek Lok Tong cave temple was another popular destination over the school holidays.

Goal-den treat for football fans

GOALS aside, what is sure to bring matches at the 2018 FIFA World Cup to life are good drinks, tasty nibbles and some football fever.

Munch on the Chicken Wraps (front), Potato Wedges (back left) or Tortilla Chips (back right) while the thrills of the 2018 FIFA World Cup unfold.

S’wak CM urged to make good on Sarikei promises

SIBU: Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has been told to make good on his pledge for the Sarikei parliamentary constituency that he made during GE14.

SUPP branch to carry out secret ballot to determine future in BN

SIBU: Dudong SUPP will hold a secret ballot at its forthcoming extraordinary general meeting to pass two important resolutions.

Dudong SUPP committee members raise their hands at a meeting to endorse the EGM and secret ballot.

Native rights groups take united stand to resolve issues

MIRI: Dayak, Iban, Orang Ulu, Bidayuh, Melanau and Malay groups are expected to take a united stance to get the Sarawak government to endorse the indigenous natives’ definition of native customary rights (NCR) land boundaries.

Jaga kereta menace returns

THE illegal parking attendant menace is back again.

A jaga kereta boy directing a car in a parking lot in Jalan Penaga, Penang

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