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Candlelight lunch at eateries

THE power supply went out at 12.30pm when most office workers were about to go for lunch.


Switchgear failure to blame for five-hour power outage

The failure of a switchgear in the Kapar power station brought four states and Putrajaya and parts of Kuala Lumpur to a standstill in a five-hour power blackout in the southern region of the peninsula.


Tiny mosque living on borrowed time

BEHIND the shops, bars and eateries in hip Holland Village is a place to pray: a 33-year-old mosque made of wood and concrete, painted yellow and blue, with a zinc roof. Every evening, dozens of members of the neighbourhood's Muslim community gathered there for classes and courses, said the chairman of the mosque management committee, retired army captain Shamsudin Shadan, 73.


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Anti-smoking move is no light matter

By Wong Chun Wai


Chinatown fights bulldozers

By Choi Tuck Wo


Fast food, French style

The times, they are a-changing, even in I>uber /I>traditional Paris where food on the go is overtaking leisurely lunches. ROSA JACKSON provides a guide to the new-style eateries.


Be hygienic, hawkers reminded

Hygiene and cleanliness standards of hawkers here are far behind those of their counterparts in Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur, Penang Municipal Council president Datuk Ahmad Phesal Talib said.


Changing tastes of Britons

While most children from Asia, including Malaysia, still clamour for Western food, their British counterparts are increasingly moving towards exotic cuisine, writes CHOI TUCK WO.


Many Asians forced to give up dream of working in the UK

Hundreds of skilled and talented workers from Asia, especially Malaysia and China, have given up their dreams of working legally in the United Kingdom due to the stringent entry clearance ruling.