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International award for flower show

The flower show Royal Floria Putrajaya 2015 has been awarded the Joyce White Award of Excellence by the World Flower Council International.


Celebrities strike a pose with their pets to raise funds for animal shelter

FURRY friends and their glamourous celebrity owners posed together for the nation’s first coffee table book produced in aid of animal welfare.


Retired politician puts heart and soul into art

CHINESE calligraphy works by former Gerakan politician Datuk Dr Kang Chin Seng proved to be popular as 23 of the 28 pieces on display were snapped up within hours of the opening.


Danga Bay to see new projects

KUCHING: Sarawak-based developer SK Land Sdn Bhd plans to build some 700 units of luxurious serviced apartments or, alternatively, serviced apartments and an international class hotel in Danga Bay, Johor.


Another milestone for builder in Penang

THE Eco World Development Group Berhad (EcoWorld) continues to strengthen its presence in Penang with the opening of its sales gallery in Jalan Paya Terubong — the second one in the state.


Beauty is big business

The recently concluded International Beauty Expo 2015 brought together thousands of manufacturers, buyers and professionals, drew 26,000 visitors, and saw RM50mil changing hands in four days, reports ZIEMAN.


SMEBiz focuses on accountant’s glass act, beauty is big business

SMEBiz focuses on how an accountant turned to glass manufacturing and the success of the International Beauty Expo 2015 and how a 31-year old turned around the family business.


Vandalism costing arm and leg

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) had to fork out over RM2mil each year to maintain public facilities.


A home in the hills

The COOL breezes in the hilly area is one of many attractions people will find at the Ametis Residences in Subang Bestari.


Company lauds move to freeze service apartment projects

JOHOR BARU: SP Setia Bhd supports the move by the state government to freeze applications for service apartment development projects in Johor as it could help to stabilise the market.