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Simplysiti president and founder Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza Tarudin and Puan Sri Cecilia Lim, wife of Genting Malaysia Bhd chairman Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, played host to paediatric heart patients from Institut Jantung Negara as well as their families at Resorts World Genting.
PANGKOR’S duty-free status, which has been long-awaited by locals and tourists, marks a promising start to the year.
THE Ipoh skyline is transforming rapidly with tall structures changing the face of this once quiet city.
KUALA Lumpur mayor will decide next week if Lucky Garden Hawker Centre traders can continue doing business at Lorong Ara Kiri 3, Bangsar.
TWO Selangor assemblymen say elected representatives should sit in on committee meetings at local councils so issues can be addressed more effectively.
SEREMBAN City Council’s (MBS) decision to charge for parking at the wet market on weekends and public holidays has drawn mixed reactions, with half of them crying foul.Homemaker Maggie Lee, in her 30s, said it was unfair for market visitors to have to pay parking fees on those days when motorists who park in the rest of the city are exempted.
IT IS estimated that some RM5mil will be collected within a year from the 20sen shoppers pay for a plastic bag in Selangor.
Asian women have made great strides but must be more assertive in the workplace, say trio.
RADIN Amerul Radin Kamarul Affendy, 24, would never have expected his career in gymnastics to be shortlived due to injury.
THE smell of sea and salt emanated from a bubbling wok as fisherman Mohd Noh Ikanan lifted out a plump blood cockle, pried its shell apart and popped the meat into his mouth.