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Mid-Autumn merriment for Bukit Mertajam folk

THE Maju Utama Business Centre road stretch in Bukit Mertajam, Penang, was aglow with lit-up paper lanterns carried by more than 500 children in a parade to mark the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Students performing a Chinese yo-yo show during the celebration at Insadunia Food Court in Maju Utama Business Centre, Bukit Mertajam.

Charity walk draws the crowd

JOHOR BARU: More than a thousand people from all walks of life participated in a charity run to raise funds in support of children with autism.

(From left) Sow, Permas assemblyman Che Zakaria Mohd Salleh’s secretary Azhar Daeng, Quay, Puah, Soh and Ling during the event.

Artist a ‘Headache’ for Thai junta

BANGKOK: Thailand’s junta chief caricatured as a “lucky cat” with a paw raised to rake in money, or his face crossed out by a thick, red line – daring graffiti is cropping up across Bangkok as the city’s walls become a canvas for rare political scorn.

Spray-can satire: A graffiti caricature of Thailand’s junta chief depicted as a ‘lucky cat’ with a paw raised to rake in money in Bangkok. — AFP

Beauty pageant for physically-challenged women

MISS Amazing Malaysia will be the pioneer in Malaysia, rocking the pageant world with women with differences.

Tiger's back on the prowl with Ryder Cup in his sights

PARIS (Reuters) - The spiralling interest in the Ryder Cup means the biennial golf showpiece hardly needs hyping up but the stunning return to form of Tiger Woods, culminating in his first tournament victory for five years on Sunday, has undoubtedly added some extra French frisson to the event starting in Paris on Friday.

Woods ends five-year drought with Tour Championship triumph

(Reuters) - Tiger Woods was moved to the brink of tears after capturing his first title since 2013 with a two-stroke triumph at the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Sunday that proved he was far from washed up at the age of 42.

Woman suffers broken neck, brain injury after car crash with couple fighting over sandwich

NOVA SCOTIA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network ): A Canadian woman continues to recover from severe injuries after a car crash last January.

In Nigeria, Shell’s onshore roots still run deep

BODO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell wants to reweight its footprint in Nigeria to focus on oil and gas fields far offshore, away from the theft, spills, corruption and unrest that have plagued the West African country's onshore industry for decades.

Johor set to ban plastic straws

JOHOR BARU: Johor is likely to follow the Federal Territories in banning plastic straws from January, says Jimmy Puah Wee Tse.

Malaysia Matrix out to retain Seri Mutiara Cup title

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Agong Cup champions, Malaysia Matrix, will be out to defend their title in the fourth Seri Mutiara Cup from Oct 2-7 at the Maba Stadium.