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Corporate News

Lotte Chemical Titan rolls out polypropylene production plant

KUALA LUMPUR: Lotte Chemical Titan Holdings Bhd has commenced commercial operations of its new polypropylene production plant, it said in a stock exchange filing today.

Metro News

Out to reduce fabric waste at landfills

WE ALL know how to recycle and re-purpose waste such as plastic, paper and cans, but what about fabric from unwanted clothing and soft toys?

Metro News

Ban on plastic straws in the offing

Looks plastic straws will soon be a thing of the past as the war against plastic continues.

Malaysia

Ilham Gallery's artfully-curated gift shop is proudly homegrown

Ilham Gallery’s artfully curated gift shop resonates with a homegrown touch.

Metro News

Room stays, bags courtesy of hotel

PARTICIPANTS of The Star Fit For Life Fun Run stand a chance to win hotel room stays at Olive Tree Hotel in Bayan Lepas, Penang.

Metro News

Artworks by the disabled turned into products and sold at charity carnival

THEY may seem simple but colourful greeting cards are at the heart of a long-term project to benefit the disabled.

Metro News

Three days of exciting travel deals

TENS of thousands of would-be travellers flocked to Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur, in search of exciting holiday packages and special deals at the 44th edition of the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair.

Metro News

Bottles of goodness for walkers

STARWALKERS can quench their thirst with Spritzer natural mineral water after completing the 7km walk on Sunday.

Retail

Growing on going green

THANKS to the encouragement by governments and supermarkets, it may seem as if reusable shopping bags are becoming almost as ubiquitous as plastic bags.

Community

Businesses make RM1.9mil from sale of plastic bags

BUSINESSES in Selangor have collected RM1,871,547.55 from the sale of plastic bags at 20 sen each since the state-wide plastic- and polystyrene-free campaign began on Jan 1.