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Lifestyle

Go Italian at Piccolino

Several eateries have sprung up on Upper Penang Road, where the first phase of a RM4.5mil development project has been completed. Among them is the Piccolino Restaurant-Bar.

Lifestyle

New food culture

Hong Kong-style I>char chan teng/I(teahouses) and I>kopitiam/I>-themed outlets are the latest food attraction in trendy Klang Valley. MAJORIE CHIEW bites to find out what makes these eateries the flavour of the month.

Nation

Week of ‘unusual’ suggestions

By IZATUN SHARI

Nation

Week of ‘unusual’ suggestions

By IZATUN SHARI

Nation

TNB gets tough with big power consumers

The order is out to large power consumers - pay up your bills or face cuts. TNB vice president for distribution Aishah Abdul Rauf said the utility company had to get firm and tough with stubborn defaulters because 'TNB itself has bills to pay'.

Lifestyle

Lavish buffet brunch

NO OTHER cuisine comes close to the pleasant aesthetics of Japanese cuisine. Even when it is served buffet-style, the presentation remains impressive and refined especially if the lavish spread is conjured up by Zipangu at the Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

Business

CEO conference puts Sabah on the world investment map

IT WAS a rare occasion for many Sabahans, seeing more than 600 chief executives converging in Kota Kinabalu for a three-day conference.

Letters

Friendship that needs fresh impetus

The underlying message from Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's recent trip to Britain was loud and clear: Do not take the two countries' historical ties for granted. CHOI TUCK WO comments.

Lifestyle

Melting with goodness

If you're staying at The Concorde Inn KL International Airport head on over to Melting Pot Café which serves a nice selection of Asian and Continental cuisine.

Lifestyle

Vacation with a 'twist'

It's called a dream holiday with a 'twist.' You win a contest, head to the sights, take part in a few 'challenges' and see the Australia most tourists don't. LEONG SIOK HUI tagged along with the winners of the MY Australian Challenge.