Compiled by FATIMAH ZAINAL, OH ING YEEN and R. ARAVINTHAN
CELEBRITIES Syafiq Kyle and Hannah Delisha (pic) have dispelled talk that their professional relationship has soured, reported Utusan Malaysia.
The duo, who recently worked together on new film Langsuir, are said to be in each other’s bad books as they had not yet set a date to promote the movie.
But Syafiq explained that their busy schedule made it difficult for them to fix a date to promote the film, adding it was not because they refused to work together.
“It’s hard to get a date to do the promotion because our schedule is packed with shooting work,” he said.
“There is no misunderstanding between us,” said Syafiq, adding that 21-year-old Hannah, was very easy to work with.
Syafiq, who is known for his role in hit drama Nur, said they had good chemistry.
> Paying only RM2 for a meal may sound too good to be true but at the Jom Makan RM2 restaurant in Melaka, it is a reality.
Harian Metro reported that the outlet, which sells a variety of meals at only RM2 each, was started by restaurateur Azharuddin Shah Abdul Aziz, 29.
“This restaurant was opened last September. It offers more than 20 options for food and beverages that are cheap, easy and quick.
“The food is always warmed up for customers,” he said.
Customers would usually go for dishes such as rendang chicken rice, laksa, mee rebus, curry mee and chicken rendang nasi impit.
“The menu is updated regularly because we don’t want to serve the same thing,” said Azharuddin.
The restaurant operates every day except Sundays from 8.30am to 8pm.
> The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court sentenced a father of two to 16 years and six months in jail for cheating an elderly man with a bogus haj package.
Berita Harian reported that judge Azman Mustapha meted out the sentence after Mohd Zukainiel Yusof, 39, pleaded guilty to 11 charges.
According to the charges, Mohd Zukainiel withdrew money belonging to Ismail Mohd, 87, in several transactions via ATMs from January to February this year.
The total amounted to RM12,150.
Azman sentenced him to a year and six months in jail for each charge. The court also ordered for the sentences to run consecutively.
The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.