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Metro Watch

TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT: There will be a continuation of the medium-term closure in the vicinity of the Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) interchange from today to Jan 21, from 11pm to 6am.

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App helps asthma patients to monitor condition through action plan

TO BETTER manage asthma, the Perak Chest Society is encouraging patients to use a smartphone app called AsthmaMD.

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More haze-related illnesses

AS MALAYSIA is once again enveloped in a choking haze this month, health clinics in Perak are seeing an increase of patients coming in with haze-related illnesses.

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Speculation on separation quashed

NUSAJAYA: The Johor government has squashed talk that the state would break away from Malaysia.

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Hawkers still peddling at hospital despite Selvajanaki’s removal

ALMOST a month after the photo of kacang puteh seller S. Selvajanaki being removed from the streets by Ipoh City Council officers went viral on the Internet, illegal hawkers are still selling food outside the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital.

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Putting your business in the spotlight

Startups and fledgling companies have to be prepared to go the extra mile when it comes to getting the word out about themselves.

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‘Avoid camel farms’

MUSLIMS travelling to Mecca and Madinah to perform their pilgrimage have been advised against visiting camel farms there.

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Let’s go skipping to raise funds for heart charity

PENANG Adventist Hospital hopes to raise RM150,000 through its ‘Skip for Fun & Fund’ event on Sept 27 held to mark World Heart Day 2015.

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RedFM, SuriaFM and CapitalFM celebrate festivities with artistes and lucky listeners

Star Radio Group (SRG) reconnected with its audience during its big Hari Raya bash that was elevated by the vocal styling of several artists.

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RM600,000 for medical advancement

The recent Malaysian Liver Foundation (MLF) Charity Dinner 2015 raised more than RM600,000 for public education and awareness, training programmes for doctors and research into hepatobiliary diseases (liver and biliary diseases).