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Bentong beckons

Bentong beckons: Day One and Day Two


Trendy jewellery from Amsterdam draws fashionistas

The Cliq Claq fashionable jewellery has to be the in-thing these days. This versatile fashion accessory from Amsterdam is already going places since Diana Zita Toh first introduced it here, a year ago.


Negri wants ERL and MRT services extended to Labu

NEGRI Sembilan wants the Express Rail Link (ERL) service between KL Sentral and KLIA extended to the soon-to-be-built high speed rail (HSR) terminal in Labu, near Seremban.


Education township taking shape

STUDENTS want institutions with a stimulating learning environment. They will also favour an institution with facilities that can cater to all their needs, especially those who live far from home and are without transportation.


Investing in your health

BMS Organics tapped into the healthy-eating and organic retail trend spreading in Taiwan 20 years ago and turned it into a successful venture in Malaysia, writes MEK ZHIN.


200 Rayani Air passengers stranded in Langkawi due to technical glitch

LANGKAWI: More than 200 passengers were stranded at the Langkawi International Airport after Rayani Air’s Boeing 737 aircraft developed technical problems.


Perfect timing

With the growing number of watch aficionados in Penang, it makes sense for Swiss Watch Gallery to go back to its roots and hold its first watch exhibition here.


Traveller wins free holiday after buying watch in KLIA

When Wendy Wee decided to buy a watch for her sister at KLIA, little did she know that her purchase would win her and her family a free holiday.


Creating awareness of Sri Lanka’s hidden gems

JOHOR BARU: Sri Lanka has many tourism-related products but many Malaysians do not really aware of the attractions due to lack of promotional activities.


Majestic Station Hotel should be a heritage building to be restored and preserved

ONCE it was known as the Taj Mahal of Ipoh. Today it stands like a deserted partner beside the increasingly busy Ipoh Railway Station.