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Aid for much respected veteran hockey coach

THE Penang State Hockey Association (PSHA) may not have the allocation to help veteran coach Rajendran Balagurusamy in his fight against cancer but there is no stopping its members from digging deep into their own pockets.

Time for Asean region to host World Cup, says Pahang Regent

FIFA executive committee member Pahang Regent Tengku Mahkota Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said the football governing bodies from Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam had shown interest to be joint hosts with Malaysia.

Surplus funds from CNY do given to the needy

THE organiser of the Penang Chinese New Year Celebration 2018 gained a surplus of RM48,572 which has since benefitted 15 welfare groups and schools.

Life lessons for Brownies at holiday camp

NUR Amelia Elisa Hasrol had so much fun at the Brownies Pack Holiday that she was sad to go home at the end of the three-day camp.

Fishermen: Maintain our cash aid

THE Penang Fishermen Association is not keen on the idea to replace their monthly cash aid from the Federal Government with subsidy cards.

Airborne assistance

TALK of AirAsia Group’s plans to start operations in Ipoh has gotten people excited.

Chinese woman wins case after suing rail operator over smoking on ‘no smoking’ train

Company told to remove facilities for smokers after smoking during journey prompts successful legal challenge by passenger

Joshua given ultimatum to fight Povetkin or risk losing WBA title

(Reuters) - British heavyweight Anthony Joshua has been told by the World Boxing Association (WBA) to agree terms for a mandatory title defence against Russia's Alexander Povetkin with "immediate effect" or risk losing his WBA title.

Russian envoy not welcome in Srebrenica over genocide denial

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Relatives of about 8,000 Bosnian Muslims, massacred by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica, have barred the Russian ambassador in Bosnia from honouring the victims at their joint cemetery because of his denial that the atrocity was genocide.

Put on probation, Uber wins London licence to avoid ban

LONDON: Uber Technologies Inc won a probationary licence to operate in London on Tuesday in a partial victory for its new chief executive after it made changes to ease strained relations with city authorities