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KOTA KINABALU: The Federal Government’s Budget 2021 has kept Sabah’s interest close to the heart, with funds aimed at helping the state battle the Covid-19 pandemic while also pushing its development agenda, says the Chief Minister.
Struggling pub musicians take on jobs outside their comfort zone while waiting for Klang Valley’s live music scene to revive post-MCO.
THE Gurney Food Hall is Penang’s latest culinary destination, promising foodies scrumptious nourishment in a trendy environment.
McCartney's most recent album is 2018's 'Egypt Station'.
A COMMUNITY-led event called YourBeat Malaysia was held in Petaling Jaya with the aim of fostering closer ties among the people.
WASHINGTON: If Round One of the coronavirus relief effort was the economic equivalent of “shock and awe, ” new plans being developed by the world’s biggest economies for more assistance to businesses and consumers are taking a narrower and more tactical approach.
In its editorial, the Korea Herald says that South Korea needs to recognise it cannot walk the fine line between the US and China forever, and should begin making long-term preparations to ensure its core interests.
Harvin Singh may only be eight but he has wowed audiences at weddings, school concerts and community events playing the dhol, a key instrument in bhangra music.
How food styling has evolved to become a necessary element in modern food photography.