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Mother misses daughter’s moment of glory

KUCHING: Olympic bronze medallist Pandelela Rinong Pamgs mother Hartini Lamin missed her daughters moment of joy in the womens 10m platform final in London.

The masses show support for Malaysian contingent to London Olympics

MORE than 3,000 people came together recently to celebrate Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad’s 5th World Milk Day, held at Central Park Avenue, 1Utama. They also witnessed history in the making with the breaking of a Guinness World Record title – a giant cheer for Malaysia.

Three young participants emerge winners the smart way

DUTCH LADY Malaysia’s Get Smart, Get Famous campaign ended on a high note, with the announcement of the three winning Smart Stories at the recent grand finale, held at Piazza@The Curve, Mutiara Damansara.

Drink more milk, M’sians urged

DUTCH Lady Milk Industries Berhad kicked off its annual World Milk Day celebrations at Himpunan Jutaan Belia 2012 by unveiling its ‘2aDay Improved Formulation’ pack.

Healthy gut, healthier kids

LITTLE Erin, five, proudly showed off her masterpiece with her little handprints all over it and told everyone that she made it herself.

Youths ‘invade’ Putrajaya

PUTRAJAYA: The Himpunan Jutaan Belia (Millions of Youth Gathering) has “invaded” the administrative capital and its organisers are going all out to set new records during the five-day gathering.

Rosmah: Express your love for mum in words and actions

JOHOR BARU: Kiss, hug and tell your mother you love her, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor urged Malaysians.

My mother, my supporter

Behind every great sportsperson is a loving mother. In conjunction with Mother’s Day, we speak to the mothers of two of our brightest Olympic medal hopefuls, diver Pandelela Rinong and track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang.

Company sponsors trip to London Olympics for four athletes and their mums

THE mothers of four national athletes will be in London to give their children a morale boost during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Koo-Tan treating the Olympics with more respect now

SUBANG JAYA: Top doubles pair Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong have admitted that they did not take their first Olympic experience seriously but are now working hard to set things straight.