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Touch 'n Go top-up lanes at PLUS toll plazas to close during Hari Raya

KUALA LUMPUR: PLUS Malaysia Berhad will close all 118 Touch 'n Go reload lanes at its toll plazas nationwide during the Hari Raya Aildilfitri holidays from June 12 to 24.

UMP brings cheer to people of Gambang

IT’S the season to give and share, and a group of volunteers from Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) did just that.

The pride of Malaysia

Malaysia’s federal administrative capital, Putrajaya, is arguably one of the prettiest in the world.

Social reform is rare bright spot in Saudi economic gloom

RIYADH (Reuters) - Nouf al-Anzy's new life shows how Saudi Arabia's social reforms are helping its struggling economy. Six months ago she got her first job, one of tens of thousands of women to do so as the government tackles prejudice against female employment.

Protect the environment, Dr M urged

PETALING JAYA: A collective of 17 conservation groups and personalities, including celebrity Maya Karin, has written to the Prime Minister, calling for stronger protection of the country’s environment and natural resources.

Karangkraf: Celebrate a ‘new nation’ in true Malaysian spirit

PETALING JAYA: In celebration of a “new Malaysia”, Karangkraf Media Group is opening its office doors to Muslims and non-Muslims alike for a unique three-day breaking of fast.

Karangkraf invites Malaysians to buka puasa picnic

PETALING JAYA: In celebration of a new Malaysia, Karangkraf Media Group is opening its office doors to Muslims and non-Muslims alike for a unique three-day breaking fast event held for the first time ever.

A Noah's Ark of animals rescued from Hawaii lava

PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) - When hundreds of residents of Hawaii's Big Island fled their homes after the Kilauea volcano erupted, some left behind not only most of their belongings, but also their beloved pets.

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Teens bake their way to scholarship

GEORGE TOWN: Two months of practice and trays of burnt tau sar pneah later, a baking duo from the Penang Chinese Girls’ Private High School have earned a full scholarship worth as much as RM40,000 to study any hospitality course at KDU Penang University College.