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Caves of many deities

On the way to Sungai Lembing, one will surely see an imposing granite and limestone formation jutting out from among the oil palm plantations.


Youths champion women’s rights

STOP cat calling! Women’s rights, Human rights and Women are the real architects of society — these were among the messages written on the walls at the Graffiti Park of the Penang City Park to celebrate International Women’s Day 2016.


Telco’s call centre provides setting to increase productivity while keeping employees and customers happy

AT THE Maxis Sunway Pinnacle Contact Centre, there are no cubicles and no fixed seating. Instead, there is lots of open space.


Petaling Jaya has the highest crime rate in Selangor

It is undeniable to have a safe and inclusive city, the residents and authorities have a great role to play.


Two MBSA carparks in poor state

TWO multi-storey carparks in Kota Kemuning are underutilised because of their dilapidated condition.


Spanish duo adding two new works to Penang’s street art

SPANISH creativity is spicing up two prominent locations in Penang as part of the ongoing Urban Xchange 2015 art festival.


Rest house is land office’s responsibility, says council

KUALA Selangor District Council (MDKS) has clarified that the abandoned and dilapidated Kuala Selangor Rest House in Kota Melawati does not fall under the council’s jurisdiction as it is under the Kuala Selangor District Land Office.


Skate artists of four nations come together for unique display of talent

SKATEBOARDING culture takes centre stage in the Fifty Fifty show currently ongoing at the Hin Bus Depot Art Centre in Jalan Gurdwara, Penang.


Concert sees music-loving youth make a bee-line to D.R. Seenivasagam Park

LOCAL bands brought the D.R. Seenivasagam Park alive with their music and energy during the Wknd At The Park concert last Saturday.


Threads of innovation

KDU College Penang held a fashion show themed ‘Flamboyant Casual Chic’ during the college’s Design Day.