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Booming township

THE VALUE of a property is more than its price tag.


New facility to host sports and social activities

THE public can organise activities and hold events at the newly completed Seberang Prai Arena in Jalan Siakap, Seberang Jaya, Penang.


Organisers plan to make badminton event an annual affair

The Dhrra Malaysia — International Women’s Day badminton championships is set to become an annual affair.


Hoping for the best Residents concerned about change of plans in Setapak’s new sports complex

SETAPAK residents hope they will not be shortchanged over the new deal involving Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and a private developer for a mixed development project that includes a multi-million ringgit sports complex.


Booming township

THE value of property is more than its price tag.


JPs and firm host charity do for the less fortunate in Klang

THE Klang Council of the Justice of Peace (JP) and Acmar Group welcomed the Chinese New Year by hosting a high tea for residents from old folk’s homes, orphanages and disabled individuals, at the Klang Executive Club (KEC) in Bukit Raja, Klang.


Working on a strict budget

MOST Malaysians have to work on a tight budget in their daily lives as the nation is struggling financially.


Proud STPM achievers

BEST friends Christina Wong See-Kei and Chang Carrie do not only have names that start with the same initial, but they are classmates who took the same subjects for the 2014 Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM).


Reaching out to women through special badminton meet

THE response has been encouraging for the DHRRA Malaysia – International Women’s Day badminton championships to be held at the Destiny Badminton Arena in Klang this Saturday.


Discipline lacking in M’sian sports

THE recent appointment of Morten Frost as Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) technical director from March, and the subsequent comments from BAM singles coach Rashid Sidek and president Tengku Mahleel Tengku Ariff make me wonder why our athletes expect so much from the government.