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Concessionaire donates school goodies

KUANTAN: In an effort to prepare schoolchildren for the next school year, East Coast Expressway 1 (LPT 1) and Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway (KLK) concessionaire Anih Berhad gave away bags and stationery to 1,100 students from four schools in Pahang.

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MPAJ earmarks six locations for community garden project

SIX locations have been identified by the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) for an upcoming project dubbed the Smart Selangor Community Garden.

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Dragon dance dynamism on display

SITTING in complete darkness except for the dull glow of ultraviolet light in the ground, the audience held their breath in anticipation of a dragon’s appearance.

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Visitors join exercise sessions that promote good health

A WIDE range of activities was offered for visitors to the Star FitForLife Penang 2017 fair at the SPICE Arena.

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Dance fest basks in success

THE inaugural solo bharatanatyam festival known as Eka Bahavana, was a sold-out affair, surprising even the organisers Suvarna Fine Arts, Lahari Theatre and Thanjavur Arts.


Fishing is a fun hobby not only for adults but also for children

FISHING is a great outdoor activity that can be shared with family members, especially children.


Three-in-one Seberang Prai Fiesta returns

LOOKING for a place to spend quality time together with your family the next week? Here is a suggestion.


Schools take part in competition to spread unity in conjunction with National Day

MIRI: Schools here are participating in patriotic songs competition to spread the spirit of loyalty to Malaysia and Sarawak ahead of the National Day.


Book on old cemetery reveals rich information about Penang’s past

THE old belief that dead men tell no tales is put to rest by author and historian Marcus Langdon in his latest publication ‘Epitaph: The Northam Road Protestant Cemetery, George Town, Penang’.


Padi farmers in Kedah and Perlis owe it to club’s semi-aerobic cultivation method

THE semi-aerobic cultivation is the way to go for some 300 padi farmers in Kedah and Perlis who are now harvesting yield above the national average and about three folds more than before.