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Trendy spot to live, work and play

TROPICANA 218 Macalister, strategically located in the heart of George Town, Penang, will be a coveted address that redefines urban living when completed in 2018.

Proactive steps to combat haze

MUAR: With the on-going haze, many residents here have started taking precautionary measures to avoid getting ill.

Adjusting to water rationing

PASIR GUDANG: From using disposable utensils to washing a bigger load of laundry, residents and businesses here are finding ways to cope with the limited water supply.

Honouring grandma and grandpa

Celebrate Grandparents Day next month with your favourite old folks.

Japanese restaurant focuses on teppanyaki, tempura

AS the saying goes, if the food is good, customers will come in droves. However, when a good restaurant is tucked away from clear view, it is a challenge to keep the momentum going.

It’s Brolly good

A road trip across the US of A inspired TY Ooi to get back into the food business big-time. She opened Crab Factory, then Smoking Hog, and now a nine-in-one food establishment called Brolly. KELLY TEY reports.

Standing up to crime Sunway

OWNERS of businesses, offices and even eateries sandwiched between Jalan PJS 8/9 in PJ South and the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) are struggling to keep their outlets open due to the recent spate of snatch thefts, break-ins and car thefts.

Old food courts in need of refurbishment

Many of Petaling Jaya’s popular food courts have fallen on hard times as most customers find their unkempt state unappealing.

MBPJ: Public can help monitor businesses

THE public have been urged to become the eyes and ears of the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) in the latter’s efforts to check wrongful use of business licences in Petaling Jaya.

Ipoh folk aware of outbreak in KL, but remain largely unworried

PEOPLE in Ipoh are unperturbed by news of a typhoid outbreak in Kuala Lumpur and will continue to enjoy their nga choy kai (beansprout and chicken), chicken sar hor fun (kuey tiaw) and other local fare.