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IT WAS a small but memorable party to celebrate the 69th birthday of Lee Chiew Kern, affectionately known as Uncle Lee from Onn Loke coffeeshop in Kuala Lumpur.
JOHOR BARU: Some Johoreans are worried about the possibility of their contact details being misused when they write them down in the log book of business premises.
PENGERANG: The movement restrictions nationwide due to the Covid-19 pandemic since March 18 are both a boon and bane for fishermen in Sungai Papan here.While the water quality in their fishing grounds have improved, resulting in more fish and seafood, they are facing problems selling their catch due to poor demand, especially from restaurant operators both in Malaysia and Singapore.
FACED with bad times, Penang’s hawkers have a tough decision to make about their food prices.
A JOINT food relief initiative by four local non-governmental organisations (NGO) is seeking help from the public to raise RM120,000 for food supplies.
SISTER Jennifer Chan, one of nine pioneer Sisters of Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital in Penang, passed away yesterday at the age of 80.
TO remind everyone on the values of racial harmony, a pair of siblings decided to paint a mural about all the major festivals in Malaysia at a school building in Lintang Macallum, Penang.
WHILE the Covid-19 pandemic has had a socio-economic impact on the world, it certainly has accelerated digitalisation — changing the way we live, work and communicate.
Home cleaning inspired by MCO generates abundance of donated secondhand goods.
JOHOR BARU: The Covid-19 pandemic has not stopped cousins K. Prathameshwarar and Y. Kishen Madev from sharing their new invention, a portable security model, with the rest of the world the virtual way.