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From PENSIONER of Petaling Jaya.
Hong Kong-style I>char chan teng/I(teahouses) and I>kopitiam/I>-themed outlets are the latest food attraction in trendy Klang Valley. MAJORIE CHIEW bites to find out what makes these eateries the flavour of the month.
It's independence and mobility for 'P' drivers who have their own set of wheels to get to college or university. But with this privilege comes responsibility - one major traffic offence means kissing the licence goodbye.
It is a triumph of society when learning institutions open their doors for students with disabilities. ANTHONY THANASAYAN gets some positive news on that regard.
The next wave of nationwide operations against illegal immigrants will focus on restaurant owners who hire foreign housemaids to work in their outlets.
Two fast food giants have launched a 'price war' but it is the consumers who are laughing all the way to the outlets.
A woman was sentenced to a total of 90 years' jail after a Sessions Court found her guilty of helping to dispose of 30 cheques stolen from the Penang state treasury.
From ESTHER TEH of Petaling Jaya.
Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he writes that new highways have revealed many #8220;hidden gems#8221; in property developments.
Police are investigating the possibility that the kidnapping of a seven-year-old boy in Sea Park last Friday may be linked to another case in Subang Jaya less than two months ago.