KUALA LUMPUR: Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, the CSR foundation of Naza Group of Companies, visited an old folks home and the Children’s Cancer Ward in Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) recently to spread the Ramadan cheer.
FROM barbecues and grills to action stations and cooked dishes, the rich flavours of Malay cuisine prepared in a variety of styles take the spotlight at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur this Ramadan.
THE third edition of the International Champions Cup
THERE’S a new name seen on the fairways of Malaysia’s golf courses these days – Carro.
A SPIKE in dengue cases and the presence of snakes in the area have residents in Jalan Jinjang Setia 6 in Jinjang Utara, Kuala Lumpur worried.
Budget hotel operators want the Government to increase the SST threshold to RM1.5mil.
THIRTY children from the Bandar Tasik Selatan low-income community in Kuala Lumpur had a chance to experience the joys of Hari Raya Aidilfitri early, thanks to the efforts of three organisations.
THE Japan Foundation in Kuala Lumpur is organising a travelling exhibition called Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan, as part of the Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival 2019.
MASJID India Business Owners Association (Miba) has launched a flash donation drive to alleviate the burden of the traders affected by a fire that razed the bazaar in front of Wisma Yakin in Jalan Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur.
IN REMEMBERING the less fortunate during the month of Ramadan, a group of people got together to share food with the city’s homeless.
Roadside food stalls are in abundance in Taman Melawati and its surrounding areas.
DA MA CAI staff had a rewarding experience when they visited Rumah Sejahtera Seri Kembangan (RSSK) in Seri Kembangan, bringing broad smiles and happy chatter to the group of senior citizens.
SELANGOR coach B. Sathianathan is disappointed after the Red Giants squad failed to win over PKNP FC in the Malaysia Super League match played at the Manjung Municipal Council Stadium (MPM) in Lumut, Perak.
THE heart of Gurney Plaza in Penang has been transformed into a small town of the 1970s, affording visitors a stroll down memory lane.
THE Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) is concerned over the discovery of illegal dumpsites on the mainland.
THE Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) Penang branch has received a shot in the arm with a RM10,000 contribution from Bukit Mertajam MP Steven Sim for its training operations.
SEVERAL low-enrolment primary schools in George Town are expected to see a rise in the number of pupils upon the completion of a few high-rise developments in the area.
IN aid of raising funds for a new shelter for dogs, over 100 people showed up in support of a concert organised by the Mercy Group Prai at The Star Pitt Street in Penang.
PENANG should take a leaf from Singapore’s book on urban renewal, said Dr Jason Teoh.
PENANGITES in the B40 category staying in Tanjung Bungah and Pulau Tikus will be given free vegetables and fruits through the Mutiara Food Bank programme from next month.