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Hotel will mark diamond jubilee with storytelling live concert on nation’s independence

THE year was 1957, three days before independence was declared in Malaya, when The Federal Kuala Lumpur officially opened its doors to the public.

Buyers beware

Illicit streaming, downloads and hardware are not just illegal, they are also harmful to consumers.

IT mall brings Raya joy to 36 children

SQUEALS of laughter filled the air as overjoyed children immersed themselves in fun-filled activities at a fast food restaurant in Plaza Low Yat, Kuala Lumpur.

KL traffic in the palm of your hands

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is currently testing its new app linked to the Integrated Transportation Information System (Itis) system for road users to check on traffic and plan their journey accordingly.

Shopper wins RM20,000 worth of goods

IT WAS a great surprise for 20-year-old Lee Cheng Zhi when he was announced the grand-prize winner in the Plaza Low Yat Mega IT Fair Spend and Win Contest 2017.

The birth of KL‘s Antique Market

IN AN effort to promote it as a tourist attraction, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is giving a total makeover to the flea market commonly called pasar karat in Lorong Petaling by turning it into an Antique Market.

Showcasing the best of Latin America

MALAYSIA’S largest celebration of Latin American culture, the Latin American Festival, returns for its ninth edition.

The negative impact of fake news

Both individuals and institutions find it difficult to clear themselves of false stories that have gone viral.

Lively Bukit Bintang street clean-up

COMMUNITIES in Bukit Bintang worked side by side to keep the streets clean for the 17th year running in the Jom Bersih Bukit Bintang campaign.

Residents urged to play their part in fighting dengue

THE authorities expressed disappointment over Kuala Lumpur residents’ lackadaisical attitude in fighting the dengue menace when only a few attended the “Gotong-Royong Mega”.