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Community

Leave no room for negligence

SHE had looked foward to some rest during her three-hour bus journey from the KLIA2 to Ipoh last Friday.

Community

More wheels for Bomba

KUCHING: The Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) will beef up its logistics to enhance its capabilities in responding to emergencies, including floods.

Community

Shopping centre offers various activities and promotion this Chinese New Year

SUNWAY Pyramid is organising a host of activities to “herd” shoppers during the Year of the Sheep with the theme, ‘Cheery Woolly Spring’.

Community

Litrak reduces duration by half an hour, based on public feedback

THE time period for the contra-flow at the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) has been reduced by half an hour following public feedback.

Community

Tourists welcomed, but safety first

I AM quite relieved that the government has waived the visa fee, not visa requirement, for visitors from China.

Metro Biz

Chef trades in apron for T-shirts

The approval of a credit card with a RM10,000 credit limit became the catalyst for Liew Ken Seng to start his own business selling rock tee-shirts, caps, belt buckles and wallets.

Community

Walk, cycle or take the train

WHILE many want to practise an eco-friendly lifestyle and may even go to the extent of consuming only organic food, the majority still prefer to drive right up to the proverbial doorstep of their destination instead of taking public transport, cycling or walking.

Community

Drivers on rural roads face daily risks of floods and landslides

MIRI: Travelling by land into ulu Sarawak has become fraught with dangers, with daily risks of landslides, erosion of timber roads, and flash floods that can cut off entire stretches of roads and turn them into rivers of mud after just a short downpour.

Community

Two-year programme to boost tourism in Balik Pulau

TOURIST arrival in Balik Pulau is expected go up by 25% by the end of the year.

Community

Liow announces plans to counter flood problem in Bentong

THERE is a ray of hope for the more than 250 families in the Chamang Baru village in Bentong who have been putting up with flash floods for the past two years, as efforts are under way to remedy the problem.