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Dishing out best of the peninsula

WHAT better way is there to enjoy Ramadan than to be able to savour local dishes from Peninsular Malaysia?

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Problems plague free bus service

LONG waiting times, unsafe locations of bus stops and lack of service at a major tourist spot are some of the public complaints about the Smart Selangor free bus service plying the Sepang route.

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Fishermen in dire straits

KOTA TINGGI: Fishermen from Kampung Baru Sungai Telor here have lost their source of daily income due to the ammonia pollution in Sungai Sayong.

Eat And Drink


Black Angus New York Strip: Dine at Chambers Grill at Hilton Kuala Lumpur as the restaurant features the Queensland Grass-Fed Beef served in New York Strip style in April.


A friend to the less fortunate

ONE can never run out of ‘kawan’ (friend) and comfort here at the Kawan Centre in Lebuh Klang, George Town.

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Threatened by thugs

KEPONG MP Lim Lip Eng’s special assistant Sean Oon, this writer and The Star photographer Samuel Ong were threatened by two men during a site visit to an illegal sand washing site at 5th Mile off Jalan Kelang Lama on Saturday.

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Students feel at home at varsity

NUSAJAYA: First year student Kudzayi Taruwoma was a little anxious when she first arrived in Malaysia but as she stepped into University of Reading Malaysia’s (UoRM) campus, she felt almost immediately at ease.

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Delving into murky waters

RESIDENTS living in Andes Condo Villa and Mutiara Bukit Jalil near the Kampung Bohol flood retention pond in Kuala Lumpur are joining forces to put a stop to an illegal sand washing activity taking place near their homes.

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Time to shed royal town’s dirty image

DESPITE being Selangor’s royal town, Klang’s cleanliness and its outlook is far from satisfactory or pleasant.

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Some sad tales about homes for the elderly

MALAYSIA has gained accolades as one of the world’s top five places to retire in, according to International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index for 2018.