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I will continue to fight for the people, says Dr Wee

JOHOR BARU: Ayer Hitam MP Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong will continue to fight for the people’s rights and help voters in his constituency despite being in the opposition and with limited resources.

Man stung to death while looking for durians

A SINGAPOREAN man was stung to death by hornets while searching for durians, China Press reported.

Melaka exco member plans to give Dr M durians as a birthday gift

MELAKA: Norhizam Hassan Baktee is heading to Putrajaya with basket of Musang King durians as a birthday gift to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Retiree stung to death by hornets while hunting for rambutans and durians

SINGAPORE (ANN): A 66-year-old retiree, who raised his two sons as a single father after his wife was killed by a falling tree 12 years ago, died last Friday (July 5) after being stung by hornets.

Elfira mum on baby’s gender

ACTRESS Elfira Loy prefers not to reveal the gender of her baby for now. She and her husband will reveal it when the baby is born, Utusan Malaysia reported.

Sweet deals for durian lovers

FRESH cloned durians at just RM5 per kilo and high-quality kampung durians at just RM2 per kilo.

Oops ... Malaysians are just not eating enough fruits

BUTTERWORTH: Please look away from the roti canai and nasi lemak, and focus on the bananas and papayas!

Two tonnes of durians among gastronomic delights at Dataran Merdeka Raya event on July 6

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Gastronomic delights, including two tonnes of durians, 50,000 sticks of satay and 70 roast goat, await everyone at the Federal Territory Islamic Department (Jawi) street Raya event in Dataran Merdeka on Saturday (July 6).

Durian season coming to an end

GEORGE TOWN: And just like that, the durian season is almost over. Those who have yet to satisfy their desire for creamy pungency had better hurry because the Penang Agriculture Department predicts that the fruits will have all fallen in another seven to 10 days.

Foreign demand good for biz, not for locals

STATISTICS show that Bruneians are snapping up huge amounts of items such as rice, sugar, flour, fish and chicken as well as vegetables and fruits daily.