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Weida subsidiary in RM15m deal with Danish company

SAR-ALAM Indah Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Weida (M) Bhd, has signed a RM15mil contract with Danish waste management firm Niras Consulting Engineers amp; Planners A/s to undertake the integration of a sludge digester or biogas plant facilities into the Matang septic sludge treatment plant in Kuching.

Lifestyle

Noodles to drool over

If you are looking for a good noodle shop, try Charn Kee Tasty Corner at Jalan Alor. Owned and managed by the Chan family from Ipoh, the shop has been in business for 13½ years.

Nation

Keep diseases at bay with good hygiene

Like everyone else, a certain reporter was worried about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome when she became unwell.

Lifestyle

A jazzy junction

Modern architecture, cosy retail space and close proximity to the city#8217;s business district #8211; all perfect ingredients for a new shopping haven. REENA GURBAKSH gets the grand tour of Kuala Lumpur#8217;s new Maju Junction Mall and finds that shopping here is a lot more than just spending money.

Lifestyle

Vietnamese cuisine comes to Kuantan

Many think of Kuantan as a sleepy hollow, but the town today boasts restaurants and cafes that will impress even the more urbane out-of-towners. The unassuming Little Viet Nam is a case in point.

Nation

Struck by kindness of people

#8220;If you know what#8217;s good for you, get out within the next 24 hours. This is no joke,#8221; a Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) volunteer told Shahanaaz Habib a day after she had arrived here from Amman on April 3.

Lifestyle

How not to act so ‘ulu’ in Oz

By Tracy Boyce

Letters

Rumours unnerve Chinatown folk

By Johan Fernandez

Letters

Clear rubbish to prevent SARS

From PUBLIC HEALTH CONSCIOUS, Petaling Jaya (via e-mail)

Lifestyle

Dim sum at anytime of day

What's software engineering got to do with a serving of meat dumplings, you may ask. Well, ordinarily nothing but for Eric Kiew the transition from computers to Chinese breakfast is purely business.