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For scorned lovers, sweet revenge is turning heartbreak into happiness

PETALING JAYA: Ever thought of feeding your exes to the lions?

Shah Alam cracks down on errant restaurants

SHAH ALAM: There will be no compromise for restaurants that flout council laws on cleanliness, placement of tables outside premises and more this year, says Shah Alam deputy mayor Mohd Rashidi Ruslan.

MBSA enforcement officers seizing items from restaurants that were blocking pathways in Section 7, Shah Alam. – AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Lost appeal of food courts

HAWKER Yazila Zulkifli still remembers a time when customers packed her stall at the Pandan Jaya food court in Ampang and she could barely keep up with the demand.

Name a cockroach after your ex for RM8 on Valentine’s Day through zoo’s fundraising campaign

KENT (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): What is the best way to feel better after a painful break-up? For administrators in one zoo in Kent, United Kingdom, naming a cockroach after one’s ex can be a way to get even.

Gong Cha customer in the Philippines finds three cockroaches in his bubble tea

MANILA (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Do you drink your bubble tea without looking at its contents? Perhaps it's time to look a little closer, especially if there's a sleeve on your cup.

Facebook user Nico Yabut found three small cockroaches in his passion fruit tea and posted about it on the social media platform on Jan 2, 2019.PHOTO: FACEBOOK/NICO YABUT.

Platform for Asean researchers

THE inaugural Asean Emerging Researchers Conference (AERC) 2018 was held at Sunway University with more than 300 researchers from all over the region as participants.

(From seventh left, front row) Tunku Ali Redhauddin, Lee and Sunway University vice-chancellor Prof Graeme Wilkinson do the Asean handshake with conference delegates.

Special report - U.S. military's new housing plagued by construction flaws

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Oklahoma (Reuters) - Here, near the heart of America’s “Tornado Alley,” an Air Force contractor built 398 new homes less than a decade ago, bankrolled as part of the U.S. government’s vow of safe shelter for the men and women who serve.

Bug business - Cockroaches corralled by the millions in China to crunch waste

JINAN, China (Reuters) - In the near pitch-dark, you can hear them before you see them - millions of cockroaches scuttling and fluttering across stacks of wooden boards as they devour food scraps by the tonne in a novel form of urban waste disposal.

Dirty secret they didn’t tell diners

A POPULAR dim sum restaurant near Jalan Raja Uda in Butterworth has been ordered to close for two weeks after Health Department officers found its kitchen was dirty and poorly maintained.

Dr Wan Mansor (holding torch) and other enforcement officers checking the cool storage box at the dim sum restaurant in Jalan Raja Uda in Butterworth.

Caught with filthy practices

ERRANT eatery operators in Penang still have not improved their ways as the state Health Department found out.

A disgusting looking utensils container found by enforcement officers during the operation.