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PM: Drop dirty habits to preserve Penang's beauty

Penangites must discard their #8220;dirty habits#8221; to keep the state beautiful and clean, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.


Dirty hospital canteen in Klang shut

The canteen at the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang has been closed by officers from the Selangor Health Department after it was found to be unhygienic.


Purchasing power increasing



Genting theme park to woo more Malay visitors

OVER the last 20 years of its operations, domestic visitors to the Genting Highlands theme park have always been predominantly Chinese, followed by Malays and other races.


A slice of heaven on Earth

Wulai a popular retreat whose stunning green views, natural hot springs and relaxed atmosphere make it a slice of heaven on Earth.Located in a water reservation area and home to the native Atayal tribe.


Malaysia stuck in the Dark Ages when it comes to services for the blind

When it comes to public services and facilities for the blind, Malaysia is still very much in the Dark Ages.


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.


Candlelight lunch at eateries

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

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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.


10% increase in NSE toll is justified