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Council: Let us do our job

B>PENANG/B>: State assemblymen should not interfere with the Penang Municipal Council's decision to close dirty eating outlets here, said council pre-sident Datuk Ahmad Phesal Talib.


Bandar Menjalara eateries lacking in cleanliness

From Anonymous of Kepong


Chinese, mamak or both?

The mushrooming of 24-hour mamak restaurants around the Klang Valley has given rise to the perception that while stamping their mark in the food arena they have also taken the business from traditional Chinese coffeeshops. But have they? Sunday Star investigates.


Bali’s next best thing

The word is, north Bali is the paradise island's Next Best Thing. This is good newsfor Bali after the blow of the second terrorist bomb last year.


Lawas turns into model town

Lawas in northern Sarawak, once infamous for its sleazy bars and massage parlours, has been transformed into a clean and well-organised town. It is also being earmarked to be the nerve centre for interior settlements.


Flush out bad habits

The country's public toilets will soon have a law to protect its image, design as well as ensuring proper maintenance.


Filters a must at eateries

All food outlets in Pahang will soon be required to install a filter system to separate oil and residue from their wastewater.


Port Dickson losing its holiday destination charm

Port Dickson was once a popular holiday destination but has lost much of its charm.

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Dinner time for many is now 9pm

It was 9.30 on a Wednesday night and the hawkers at the Food Republic in Wisma Atria shopping mall were cooking up a storm.