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RM1.2mil federal funds for new halls in six schools

THE Federal Government has allocated RM1.2mil to build halls in six more schools in the Permatang Pauh parliamentary constituency in Penang.

Worried for future of MIC

JOHOR BARU: MIC deputy president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam has stressed that his decision to vie for top post has nothing to do with him being vengeful or hasty but for the survival of the party.

Selayang council says community halls being used for businesses

SEVERAL halls in the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) are in the hands of political parties and being used for commercial purposes.

Premises are for public use, say local leaders

SEVERAL leaders have faulted the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) saying that many of the community halls in the area are poorly maintained.

Guest DJs spice up the scene with a mixed bag of vibes

Marini’s on 57’s F1 Party Paddock at the Top returns with Joey Negro (UK) for an exclusive one-night only event. Joey Negro integrates his passion for disco into house music as both a producer and remixer, causing many to call his music disco house. Joey is regarded as one of the forefathers of the UK dance scene.

Stretch of road in Rawang in dire need of repairs

JALAN Maxwell in Rawang has been turned into a gravel road with boulders on the road shoulder and an uncovered monsoon drain that pose a serious threat to motorists and pedestrians.

Produce being sold by illegal traders may not be fresh

CONSUMERS looking for cheaper produce from carpark traders outside the Pasar Borong Selayang (wholesale market) could be paying for discarded items.

New building for Tamil school to be ready next year

STUDENTS of SJK (T) Ramakrishna in Penang can look forward to a more comfortable learning environment when the school’s new three-storey building is completed.

Furry friends looking for homes

YOU can pat them, snap a photo with them or even adopt them.

MCA open house in JB marks the last event held at stadium

JOHOR BARU: Chinese New Year open house continues to be popular in the state based on the large turnout of people from all walks of life at these gatherings.