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Ruler with the people at heart

SULTAN of Perak Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah is well-loved by his subjects.

Metro News

School’s heritage-list hope blown

EXCLUSIVE: A 112-year-old school building in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, lost its heritage value when its timber roof was removed by contractors tasked with repairing it.


Sultan Nazrin: Leaders must not betray the people's trust

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Perak's Sultan Nazrin Shah has reminded the country's leaders that they have been entrusted to protect the nation and citizens and as such, they must fulfil this trust.


Parallel lives

AT first glance, Hishamuddin Rais and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, appear to have lived parallel lives. Student rebels and political detainees, their paths have come together a number of times since both were at the forefront of the student leadership during the 1974 clampdown by the government.


Anwar launches free e-tuition

PORT DICKSON: Free online tuition for all subjects will be made available to all students from Year One to Form Five here, says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.


Listen: Amy Search and LoQue's cover of this patriotic tune

Patriotic song, 'Tanah Airku Tanah Airmu', gets reinterpreted by Amy Search and LoQue in conjunction with Malaysia Day celebration.

Community Sports

Veterans huddle up for reunion

IN WHAT could have been just another National Day celebration for some 200 former boarding school students, their participation in the CGC Merdeka Midnight Rugby Meet turned out to be a memorable one.


Make level of English great again



Short on experience, long on ideals

“JUST give me a chance.” That was PKR’s Akmal Nasir’s message to the voters of Johor Baru.


A rotting durian in an Australian city library

HUNDREDS of people were evacuated from a library in Melbourne’s city centre last Saturday after a rotting durian sparked fears of a gas leak.