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Interactive pit stops add to the excitement

THE interactive and captivating pit stops were the talk of participants during the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk.

(From left) Gan Chun Kit, 25, Ng Yun Pei, 25, and Leekie Po, 25, posing at a giant replica of the AnakAnakMalaysia Wristband.

A lesson in patriotism from former Moral teacher

SHAH ALAM: Retired teacher Ngim Chin Eng will be celebrating National Day this year by participating in the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk with her family.

Raring to go: Roshini collecting the AnakAnakMalaysia Walk T-shirts and goodie bags at Eco Ardence Sales Gallery, Shah Alam.

Fun-filled day awaits participants

PETALING JAYA: Come for the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk at Eco Ardence, Setia Alam and enjoy a cup of cold Milo from a van.

Etiqa Takaful to expand into more Asean countries

KUALA LUMPUR: Etiqa Takaful Bhd will enhance its takaful and general insurance brand by expanding into more Asean markets next year.

Kamaludin said the group aimed to be a significant insurance player in the Asean region and planned to strengthen its position as the number one takaful company in the markets it operated in.

Etiqa to expand into more Asean markets

KUALA LUMPUR: Etiqa Takaful Bhd will enhance its takaful and general insurance brand by expanding into more ASEAN markets by next year.

Etiqa Group Insurance and Takaful CEO Kamaludin Ahmad

Back with a band – with pins

SHAH ALAM: The coveted #Anak­Anak­Malaysia wristbands are back again with a limited edition design that is bound to make heads turn.

Banding together: Tang (left) and Liew sporting the wristbands for AnakAnakMalaysia 2018. The bands can be customised with five pins (inset) that represent Malaysia.

PetDag and Grab jointly introduce Grab driver pit stop

PETALING JAYA: Petronas Dagangan Bhd (PDB) and e-hailing service provider Grab Malaysia have jointly launched the Grab Driver Pit Stop, an area for Grab drivers to rest and refresh before continuing their journey.

Small firms do their part to help graduates

GROWING up wasn’t easy for Pajilawati Sakibun. She lived in a rural village in Kudat, Sabah and is the daughter of a traditional fisherman. Her father was the sole breadwinner of their family and had to fend for his wife and nine children.

Job seekers: The recent SL1M Sabah open interview programme drew a crowd of 15,000 visitors.

Haas shows class, then farce in Australia

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A weekend that began with back-slapping and high-fives for Haas after their best ever Formula One qualifying finished with 'heartbreak' and fines after both the team's cars retired before the halfway mark of the Australian Grand Prix.

‘Pit stops’ along route keep it interesting for walkers

THE drizzle before the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017 was no deterrent to the throngs of more than 6,000 participants.

Participants enjoying Yeo’s Oceanic juices at Pit Stop 2, near the Shah Alam Convention Centre.