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Coffee from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica with flavours from Asia

JAMAICA Blue Fine Coffee was established in 1992 in Australia by Foodco on the promise of “fine coffees and fabulous food”.

Ali Tinju underprobe over memo on CM

PETALING JAYA: Former soldier Mohd Ali Baharom, also known as Ali Tinju, is under investigation after leading members of the red shirt movement to hand over a memorandum on Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s controversial bungalow purchase.

Man claims trial over handphone theft at Low Yat

KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man, who was believed to be at the centre of the incident that sparked a brawl at Low Yat Plaza, has been ordered to enter his defence by a magistrate’s court here for stealing a handphone.

Man told to enter defence for allegedly stealing phone at Low Yat Plaza

KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man, who is believed to be at the centre of the incident that sparked off a brawl at Low Yat Plaza, has been instructed to enter defence by a magistrate's court here for allegedly stealing a smartphone.

Think carefully before giving into the rhetoric of hate

Try stopping to think about how much harm could be caused if we begin giving into statements aimed at inciting hate and dividing us.

What Donald Trump has to offer Malaysians

Columnist Andrew Sia is reminded that, ‘If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it’.

Celebrating with their buyers

LOW Yat Group recently ushered in the Year of the Monkey with its existing and potential buyers at the Bandar Tasik Puteri sales gallery in Rawang.

Online shopping takes a hit

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian online shoppers are turning to local sites as the weaker ringgit has made shopping on foreign sites much more expensive.

Accused in Low Yat theft case fined RM2,000 for taking drugs

KUALA LUMPUR: A man who allegedly stole a mobile phone at Low Yat Plaza last year was fined RM2,000 by a magistrate's court here Friday when he pleaded guilty to drug abuse.

Downturn worsens sorry state of affairs

NO sooner had I welcomed the increase in the levy for foreign workers last week than the Government, under pressure from employers and employment agents, did an about-turn and deferred the increase.