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Pasir Gudang to be upgraded to city status, says MB

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Pasir Gudang, whose airspace is a subject of dispute between Malaysia and Singapore, will be upgraded to a city this year.

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Most smokers observe ruling, non-smokers welcome ban

GEORGE TOWN: Nothing beats the joy of spending time with friends at a nasi kandar restaurant while sipping cups of teh tarik and smoking cigarettes.

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Smokers in Sarawak carry on as usual

KUCHING: A number of smokers carried on with their habit at eateries here after Sarawak deferred the smoking ban despite an earlier Health Ministry statement that the state was supportive of it.

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‘Rights of smokers should also be considered’

GEORGE TOWN: Lighting up a cigarette after a meal has become the norm for smokers and it is difficult to kick the habit.

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‘Buses don’t go into Penang Sentral’

BUTTERWORTH: Confusion reigned on the first day of the opening of the Penang Sentral transportation hub.

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Food vendors to break for prayers

KUALA NERUS: The food court operators and night market traders in Terengganu will be required to halt businesses for 15 minutes during Maghrib prayers beginning next year, says a state exco member.

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Jack Ma regains No. 1 spot on China’s rich list

CHINA’s self-made billionaire Jack Ma (pic) has topped Forbes’ China Rich List despite having US$4bil (RM16.7bil) less compared with a year ago.

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Anwar most welcome to contest in Nibong Tebal, say locals

NIBONG TEBAL: Talk of PKR president-elect Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim contesting for the Nibong Tebal parliamentary seat was well received by the local folk.

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Bukit Mertajam Lantern Carnival visitors greeted by bright displays

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Twelve giant lanterns in the shape of the various zodiac signs have been placed at the Insadunia Food Court for the upcoming Bukit Mertajam Lantern Carnival.

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Malaysians take to Facebook to comment on Singapore's 'hawker culture' move

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians have taken to Facebook to question Singapore's move to push its hawker culture on Unesco's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.