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Manjung councillors tour area to work on residents’ problems

THE Manjung District Council and Municipal Council held a working visit to Sitiawan Garden, Sitiawan, to address issues in the area.


Remarkable mothers’ honoured for their efforts in raising families

AFTER her husband passed away five years ago, A. Parameswary took up a job as a cleaner to raise her four children.


Group urges public not to take life for granted and be prepared

JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Ageing Society (MHAS) is urging people to have early discussions about plans after death with family members to avoid problems in the future.


New life for three children

THREE youngsters have a new lease of life after undergoing successful heart operations in Penang which were partially funded by the Gift of Life (GOL) charity assistance project.


Winning over your sceptical family

It’s always a good idea to run your business ideas by the family because they are the people who have your best interests at heart and who will be honest with you. But pitch your ideas without relying on emotional appeal.


Going the extra mile

SIBU: Barisan Nasional direct candidate for Dudong Datuk Tiong Thai King took everyone by surprise when he sang a song after his political speech on the second night of his ceramah.


Abounding in ideas? Stay focused

When you launch a new venture, you need to see it through if it’s to have a fair chance of succeeding. Stay focused rather than thinking about a second venture. And choose partners or employees who share your passion for the business.


Page-turner to promote healthy eating

PERSUADING picky-eaters has always been a difficult hurdle to cross, one which MBG Fruits Sdn Bhd hopes to change with its “Fruitastic Tales” campaign.


Stamping their mark in Jalan Kia Peng

SITUATED right smack in the centre of Kuala Lumpur’s central business district, Jalan Kia Peng has become much sought after because of its history and prestige.


Rich history of migrant workers seen in Kampar museum

THEY braved 10 to 15 days of sailing in search of living in a new land.