WHEN Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) unveiled its logo last week, it was no surprise to see that it was in the shape of a hornbill.
CHOCOHOLICS can rejoice as a new type of chocolate has entered the market.
CNY WORKSHOPS: There will be workshops and performances every weekend at Ground Floor Central, Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur.
Sizzling hot plate: Enjoy sizzling hot fresh meats and crunchy vegetables as Melting Pot Cafe in Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be showcasing the Mongolian hot plate promotion until Feb 17.
PASIR GUDANG: A restaurant in Seri Alam here has been slapped with several compounds for violating workers’ safety and cleanliness guidelines.
MIRI: Villagers living along the Sarawak-Sabah interstate gas-pipe route in northern Sarawak welcome the move by Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department and Petronas to put in place a safety action plan.
BATU PAHAT: Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) has received RM1mil from Sena Traffic System (STS) for the development of a smart traffic system in the country.
World Vision Malaysia is holding a photo exhibition featuring the organisation’s work at Gurney Plaza today and tomorrow.
M. MOHANASUNDARAM is so passionate about his craft that he puts his heart and soul into each kavadi he designs and makes from scratch.
PENANG Hindu Endowment Board (PHEB) chairman Dr P. Ramasamy has accused the Chettiars of deliberately delaying the departure of the silver chariot from Kovil Veedu in Penang Street.
PENANG MCA has urged the Education Ministry to maintain the working hours of security personnel at low-enrolment schools.
The fact that employees at Forefront International are a tight-knit lot is probably nothing new. A steamboat lok-lok truck party, a Songkran-themed water fest, fun outings, games, trips – their activities are the stuff of legend.
RESTAURANTS displaying the halal logo and certificates without proper authorisation may confuse Muslim customers and action can be taken against the owners, said Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry Penang director Ridzuan Abdul Ghafar.
A MINI library will be part of the Taman Jaya landscape in Petaling Jaya by the middle of the year.
DINING with a view. That is the only reason visitors continuously risk their lives by dining out at the “new” look-out point in Bukit Langat, Ampang.
IT IS the busiest time of the year for kavadi makers as they rush to put the finishing touches to their works of art ahead of Thaipusam on Monday.
TO EASE congestion and bring order to Batu Caves during Thaipusam on Monday, the Thaipusam Task Force 2019 is offering devotees a chance to fulfil their vows peacefully.
THE Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) has urged the Government to grant visa-free travel for Chinese and Indian tourists visiting Malaysia.
SCHOOLS in Iskandar Puteri, Johor, are urged to put up information boxes at its premises to enable students to report criminal activities while remaining anonymous.
MALAYSIA Airlines has announced its return to Kochi in Kerala, India with its inaugural flight on March 31.