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Having your cake and eating it

Johoreans must be terribly fond of freshly baked breads and cakes, judging from the many bakeries and confectioneries in the state, especially in Johor Baru (JB).


43 EPF info counters to open tomorrow

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is setting up information counters in 43 locations throughout the country on Workers Day to provide a variety of services to its 10.5 million members.


News in brief

News briefs on: Sarawak Enterprise, Tricubes, Ericsson, MESB, Transocean, Cybertowers, Cahya Mata, Pekangi Publishing and CBC Technology.


Affordable apartments near Bandar Utama

One of the features of housing in this country is that most people can afford a house or an apartment, unlike Taiwan or South Korea.


PJ, a new focus of Metro Kajang

AS a developer, Metro Kajang Holdings Bhd has long been focused in Kajang, Selangor. After all, the Lim brothers, who control the group, are Kajang boys.


Pelangi aims to double contribution from exports

PELANGI Publishing Group Bhd expects exports to account for 10% of group turnover in three years, compared with 5% now, said managing director Samuel Sum Kown Cheek.


A flurry of activities

CHESS is very much alive in this country, if the number of local chess events is anything to go by. If you have been reading this column regularly in the last month or so, you could not have avoided reading of this or that chess tournament being played in various parts of the country.


Indian workers seek help from embassy over harassment

FORTY-THREE Indian nationals sought help from the Indian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur when an employment agency started harassing them after their plight had been highlighted in a newspaper in Tamil Nadu in India, reported I>Tamil Nesan/I>.


Form Six student stabbed after being robbed by trio

A Form Six student was stabbed in the abdomen by a group of gangsters who extorted money from him some 100m away from his home here.


Asean congress

FOR many years already, Nagy Laszlo's monthly First Saturday chess tournaments in Budapest have been regular fixtures on the international chess calendar.