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Internet traffic in Malaysia up by almost 60%

MALAYSIA’S Internet data exchange rose 57% year-on-year to a peak of 170Gbps last August, according to the Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX).

Contest to create awareness on good sanitation

KUCHING: South Kuching City Council (MBKS) will host a poster contest to create awareness on good sanitation system and healthy toilet etiquette.

Forum: Vital role for Penang in growing the GBS sector

THE global business services (GBS) sector has proven its contribution and value to the business landscape over the years, said ACCA Malay­sia Advisory Committee president Datuk Dr Lukman Ibrahim.

Call to review Penang’s FOI policy

C4 (Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism) founder Cynthia Gabriel said the Penang government should review its Freedom of Information (FOI) Enactment.

Hunting ground for decor fans

HOMEDEC returns to Penang starting tomorrow till Monday, offering visitors the best deals on home decor alongside design inspirations galore.

Big crowd at ‘Youth Can Do it’ talk

KUCHING: Some 100 people turned up for Youth Sarawak’s first talk series called “Youth Can Do It”, aimed at inspiring young people to do good within their communities by hearing from young leaders who have made a positive impact in their respective areas.

Award for bottled-water firm Company endorsed as world-class brand

SPRITZER once again earned itself the Brand of the Year title at the World Branding Awards held at London’s Kensington Palace earlier this month.

Promoting awareness of the ‘right to know’

THE Penang government is organising a two-day ‘Penang Right to Know Week’ from Sept 27 to create awareness on the Freedom of Information Enactment in Penang.

Fun Olympics for special children

THE Westlands Centre of Sports Excellence took on a carnival atmosphere with a series of activities held for 120 special needs children.

Speaking up for mental illness sufferers

OVER 300 participants of the ‘Connect, Communicate and Care’ forum saw them engaging in an interactive workshop organised for the first time in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and Tamil.