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NASSAU (Reuters) - Bahamian education officials are scrambling to find classroom space for up to 10,000 students displaced by Hurricane Dorian after the Category 5 storm ravaged two of the archipelago’s northern islands, destroying many school buildings.
SIBU: Newly minted Sibu Municipal Council chairman Clarence Ting wants the public to provide him with ideas on how to improve the coffeeshops in town.SIBU: Newly minted Sibu Municipal Council chairman Clarence Ting wants the public to provide him with ideas on how to improve the coffeeshops in town.
COME for food and entertainment galore on the streets of George Town in Penang today.
MOONCAKE tasting and a children’s cultural dance competition brought cheer during the two-day Bukit Mertajam Lantern Carnival.
FIVE shopping malls are showcasing a different Asian cuisine and culture during the three-day Penang Asian Food and Culture Festival which ends tomorrow.
(Reuters) - Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson on Friday praised his side's defensive solidity at the start of the Premier League campaign but said he was worried about the lack of goals at the other end of the pitch.
“Valentine’s Day 1979 was Mr Mohan’s first day at work at The Star in Penang. His first job.
KOTA KINABALU: The supernatural beliefs and taboos of farmers, hunters, foragers and fishermen from communities in Sabah have now been documented by journalist Anna Vivienne.
JAKARTA: Dozens of rare breeds of poultry of various sizes and looks are the major attraction at the annual flora and fauna expo at Banteng Square in Jakarta where they spark the curiosity of visitors.
UDON THANI (Thailand): Catholics in Thailand are celebrating the official announcement of the first papal visit in 35 years, but one 77-year-old nun in a far-flung corner of the country has a connection that makes the occasion particularly special.