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Kampong Melayu-based team record sixth straight victory in style

HIGH-RIDING Suria SC continued their winning ways with a fabulous victory in the FA of Penang Division Two campaign.

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Wide selection of items at expo this weekend

TEAM Keris Bhd is set to present “The Greatest Property, IT, Automobile and Furniture Expo” at the Stadium Indera Mulia in Ipoh from this Friday to Sunday.

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Aspiring record label has big plans to help unsigned Malaysian musicians

IN A bid to be the launch pad for Malaysian unsigned musicians, Pulse Soundworks takes it up a notch from their humble beginnings in 2010 as a recording studio to becoming a record label and digital distribution platform this year.

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Quit rent defaulters force state to reduce budget for development

HARDCORE quit rent defaulters in Perak are depriving the state of greater development, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir.

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Panthers not ready to roar yet

THE Penang Panthers are doing well in friendlies but are still not fully ready for their coming Premier League assault.

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Johor to have 24-hour CNY bazaar

JOHOR BARU: The annual Johor Jaya Chinese New Year bazaar will be turned into a mini Chinese new village this year to provide a more festive atmosphere for visitors to do shopping.

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Auction at expo nets RM9,200 for flood victims

A CHARITY auction at the Penang International Property Expo (PIP) 2015 successfully raised a total RM9,200 in aid of the flood victims in the east coast.

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EPL action resumes as transfer window gossip goes into overdrive

Is Lionel Messi England bound? Will Swansea let Wilfred Bony go to Man City? Will Man Utd tie down David de Gea to a new longer deal in a bid to prevent Real Madrid from getting their hands on the 24-year-old Spanish keeper?

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Baru: Justice needed in creation of new seats

KUCHING: Malaysia’s electoral system must move closer to the “one person-one vote” ideal with each seat delineation exercise instead of regressing or remaining stagnant, according to Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian.

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Jeweller’s tea party raises funds for home

AS PART of her corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, Amee Philips of the jewellery firm that bears her name hosted the ‘Christmas Champagne with Santa’ afternoon tea at Mandarin Grill, Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur recently.