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Bazaars abuzz with activity

LOCAL culinary delights are the centre of attraction at the numerous Ramadan bazaars that have mushroomed throughout the northern region.


Mining for bio-billion$

Malaysia’s largely untapped pool of biodiversity holds the promise of huge rewards for the bold – and tenacious.


Syndicates using new method to distribute drugs undetected

KUALA LUMPUR: Drug syndicates have found a way to offer drinkers of energy drinks or tea a new high by lacing them with crushed-up Ecstasy pills.


Building bones of steel

OSTEOPOROSIS is often perceived as an age-related disease. In actuality, prevention should start at a very early age. Peak bone loss occurs around the age of 30, so it is very important to start supplementing calcium during childhood and adolescence to build bone mineral density (BMD) and achieve peak bone mass.


Variety, the spice of life

There is a lot of potential in Malaysia. With 412 exhibition booths by 25 countries at the INTRADE exhibition, here are some of the exciting local exhibitors.

In Other Media

Support hudud, says Kelantan MB

News from the Malay and Chinese newspapers.


It’s a doggy business

The FIRST thing to know about champion pedigree show dogs is they don’t answer to everyday names like Brownie or Blackie.


Attractive prizes await lucky visitors

THE Spin & Win contest is offering more than RM100,000 worth of attractive prizes during The Star Property Fair 2014 which begins today.


Don: High value herbal products still a far off dream

PETALING JAYA: Rigid research guidelines and a lack of funding for traditional and complementary medicine are among the issues to be addressed if Malaysia is to produce high value herbal products, said Dr Amin Malik Shah.


Private hospital conducts free eye tests for senior citizens of Jenjarom home

Pantai Hospital Klang recently partnered with TFP Solutions Berhad (TFP) in conjunction with their “Your Vision, We Care” CSR Project 2014.