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A mass makeover

A GROUP of Perak makeup artists made their way into the Malaysia Book of Records by applying makeup on the largest number of participants within an hour.


Largest haul this year

THE PERAK Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry made their largest seizure this year yet, with almost RM500,000 worth of counterfeit goods seized.


Plate predicament

JOHOR BARU: The Malaysia Vehicle Registration Plates Traders Association said it was surprised by the announcement of a centralised scheme for vehicle number plates that is set to be implemented after June.


Probe into illegal piping to construction site

A CONTRACTOR involved in building a 31-storey low-cost flats in Bandar Baru Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, is being investigated for using a fake standpipe as a cover for an unauthorised T-connection to siphon treated water from a main pipe.


Effective weight management

GARCINIA cambogia is a tropical fruit from South-East Asia which is also known as Malabar Tamarind or Brindleberry. The fruit became hugely popular after its premiere on The Dr Oz Show; naming garcinia cambogia as the “the newest breakthrough in weight management”. Dr Mehmed Oz first appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and since then, he has become one of the most influential medical experts in the United States.


Fake news on Klang Valley water cut on social media

Syabas scheduled water cut circulating on WhatsApp is an old water rationing exercise.


Malaysians lose millions by becoming victims of online love scams

DESPITE numerous warnings to be careful not to fall victim to love scams, tales of people being conned out of their money continue to emerge.


The trio with brio

At Rafflesia The Pearl Centre, it’s the women who wear the pants. Two generations have successfully built up the business, and now a whipper snapper is being groomed to take over, reports JOY LEE.


Cloned car syndicate in Taman Perling crippled

JOHOR BARU: Police have crippled a clone car syndicate which sells luxurious vehicles for as low as RM3,000 each in Taman Perling.


Council gets tough on OKU offenders

ONLY those with disabled car stickers issued by the local councils and government departments will be allowed to park at any of the 53 OKU parking lots on the island.