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Malaysians turn out in force to celebrate Sept 16

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia Day was celebrated with music, dances and fireworks here, where people from all walks of lives came in droves to Padang Merdeka to join in the festivities.

Juhar (in yellow batik) led the cake-cutting ceremony, joined by Dr Mahathir (on his right) and state and federal ministers to mark the 55th year of Malaysia’s formation.

Positive outlook for Genting despite theme park delays

PETALING JAYA: Despite the likely delays of Genting Malaysia Bhd’s Skytropolis indoor theme park and 20th Century Fox attraction, the group’s outlook for the second half of financial year 2018 (FY18) remains positive, says RHB Research.

Visitor count to the hilltop resort increased by 21% year-on-year to 12.8 million as of June, due to the new facilities opened under the Genting Integrated Transformation Plan that included the SkyCasino, SkyAvenue mall and Awana Skyway cable car.

Kota Kinabalu gets crowded and festive for Malaysia Day celebrations tonight

KOTA KINABALU: The streets of Kota Kinabalu are starting to be packed with cars and people as they start coming in droves to Padang Merdeka in downtown Kota Kinabalu here to catch the 55th Malaysia Day celebration on Sunday (Sept 16) night, attended for the first time in years by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Crowds seen gathering in the late evening at Padang Merdeka in downtown Kota Kinabalu for the Malaysia Day celebrations.

Building communities for good living

SINCE its establishment 50 years ago, UEM Sunrise has been building communities.

Anwar Syahrin (left) taking part in the Anak-Anak Malaysia Walk on Sept 2.

Ministry pushing for more festive Sarawak flights

KUCHING: The Transport Mini­stry wants airlines to have more flights between peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak during festive seasons so that more Sarawakians can afford to fly home.

Masjid India bazaar traders unhappy with Govt ruling

STOPPING festive bazaars in the lucrative commercial area of Jalan Masjid India is comparable to throwing sand into the rice bowls of thousands of poor residents in Kuala Lumpur.

Longhouse residents looking forward to celebrations

The end of July is usually the busiest time for Michael Jarop, the secretary of Rumah Anthony Bau. The longhouse is located in Sarawak's interior in Nanga Sugai, Rantau Tapang, Mujok and is home to 128 residents of Iban descent.

An aerial view of Rumah Anthony Bau in Nanga Sugai Rantau Tapang, Mujok which is always lively during National Day and Malaysia Day.

Food

Arepas for charity: Casa Latina & Cacao Lab in Persiaran Ampang, Kuala Lumpur is doing its bit for charity with its piquant arepas promotion that ends tomorrow.

A festive M’sia Day weekend awaits at depot

Local creative platform Riuh returns with another market-like bazaar, this time to celebrate all things Malaysian in conjunction with the Malaysia Day weekend.

The large Sentul Depot in Sentul West where the Riuh X Grab Malaysia Day event will be held this weekend. It was once used as engineering workshops and storage area for steam and diesel locomotives. — Photos: NORAFIFI EHSAN/ The Star

Loke: To keep air fares low, Ministry will increase flights to Sarawak during festive seasons

KUCHING: The Transport Ministry will look into increasing the number of flights between peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak during festive seasons, so that more Sarawakians can afford to fly home.

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