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Selayang council holds carnival aimed at providing more opportunities

THE inaugural Women’s Day Carnival at Sri Siantan Sports Complex in Batu Caves was a resounding success.


Consumers get to know health food suppliers at monthly organic bazaar

ORGANIC products from vegetables to herb and spices, homemade jams and soaps could be found at the organic farmers’ market held at the Straits Quay Retail Marina in Tanjung Tokong, Penang.


Keep Johor clean to ensure tourists return

KULAIJAYA: Johoreans should have the right mindset towards keeping a clean and liveable environment to ensure tourist arrivals into the state sees a continual growth.


New breeding spots for Aedes

AEDES mosquitoes are ‘going green’ as they are now choosing trees and plants as their breeding spots.


Firm joins forces with varsities to educate students on sexual health

DUREX Malaysia has roped in Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Perak campus (UTAR) and Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) for its #SomebodyLikeMe Choose2Protect campaign in their quest to educate young Malaysians about sexual and reproductive health.


Don’t practice discrimination

KUCHING: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you, Sarawak PKR chief Baru Bian tells religious extremists.


Insurance company’s CEO reports healthy developments at awards night

PRUDENTIAL Assurance Malaysia Berhad (PAMB) registered a record 31% growth in the number of new agents recruited in 2014.


Dialysis centre for Bandar Mas

KOTA TINGGI: The state government has agreed to channel RM250,000 to buy five dialysis machines to be placed at Bandar Mas Health Clinic here.


Residents unhappy tyres used to stop illegal dumping

JOHOR BARU: The decision by SW Corporation (SWCorp) and the Johor Baru Central Municipal Council (MPJBT) to place used tyres in Taman Skudai Baru to prevent illegal dumping did not go well with residents in the housing estate.


Dengue cases spread into Johor Felda settlements

KOTA TINGGI: Dengue is no longer considered as an urban disease in Johor as it is now spreading into Felda settlements statewide.