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Roads, treated water needed in Kapit

SIBU: Roads and treated water are among the needs of the Kapit community as the constituency is short of both.

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Mineral water for Starwalkers

PARTICIPANTS of Ipoh Starwalk 2018 can quench their thirst with Spritzer natural mineral water during and after completing the 7km walk on Sunday.

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Improved drainage system ends flood woes

LIFE in Kampung Bahagia, Teluk Intan, has become much better since the completion of a RM1.2mil drainage upgrade project.

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Power naps and herbal drinks keep candidate going

KULAI: Bukit Batu incumbent Jimmy Puah Wee Tse (PKR) has been taking supplements, herbal drinks and a lot of fluids to keep him going during the strenuous 11-day campaign period for GE14.

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Melaka’s economic growth balanced with world-recognised eco efforts, says Idris

MELAKA: Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron is not taking lightly his responsibility of ensuring Melaka remains as Barisan Nasional’s stronghold on May 10.

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Ah Pong counts on service track record to win Tras state seat

RAUB: Just call him Ah Pong. He is not a fiery orator but is a good listener.

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Once sleepy Kepala Batas now an educational hub and bustling township

IT is hard to believe that thefast-evolving Kepala Batas constituency on mainland Penang was once a sleepy one-street town in the 1970s.


CEO rejects ‘boring’ analysts after Tesla burns US$1bil more

SAN FRANCISCO: Elon Musk assured investors that Tesla Inc’s cash-consuming days will be over soon, then grew dismissive of analysts who pressed for answers on how he’ll put this era behind him.

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Positive that politics can improve lives

SEEING politics improving people’s life in her younger days has motivated the first woman parliamentary candidate in Tanjong to join the Gerakan party.

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Smart way to checkrising floodwaters

AS a measure to receive early flood detection, the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) has installed water-level sensors at 10 flood-prone areas.