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KL food court fiesta

Malaysians, especially Klang Valley folk, are a fortunate lot when it comes to food. Whether you choose to dine in the lap of luxury or have a simple meal on a shoestring budget, you are spoilt for choice.


Boehm’s wife touched by concern

The wife of terminally ill Willi Hans Boehm is touched by the people's concern for her husband.


Well-wisher offers to make ice-cream in Perth

Another well-wisher has offered to make durian ice-cream for former German navy officer Willi Hans Boehm, who is dying of lung cancer in an Australian hospital.


Malaysians praying for Boehm

Concerned Malaysians are praying that Willi Hans Boehm, who is dying of cancer in Australia, will get a last taste of his beloved durian ice-cream from Penang where he first met his Malaysian wife.


Durian ice-cream gift for dying German

Touched by the story of a dying German's love for her coffeeshop's durian ice-cream, a 75-year-old grandmother has made two tubs of the dessert to be sent over to him. Tan Gaik Nooi, the widow of the former proprietor of Kek Seng coffeeshop in Penang Road, said her daughter told her that a dying man in Australia loved to eat their durian ice-cream.


Government wants ‘kampung’ species phased out

Villagers have been advised to phase out their low-quality durian trees and opt for hybrids or clones to avoid price drops due to overproduction.


Penang flag for dying man

A former German Navy officer dying of lung cancer in Australia may not fulfil his last wish of coming to Penang, where he met his Malaysian wife, but the state flag is being flown to him so that it could be draped over his coffin.


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Fama study to freeze durian during glut

The Federal Agriculture and Marketing Authority (Fama) has been directed to look into buying and freezing durian during glut seasons to be sold later.


Cheap durians pull in the crowds

Dubbed the durian lovers' paradise, the town of Balik Pulau is now a hive of activity with the 'King of Fruits' selling for as low as 30 sen each due to a bumper harvest.