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2,800 HDB shops to gain from RM4.9mil funding

ABOUT 2,800 Housing Board shops will benefit from the sixth round of a scheme to make heartland shopping areas more vibrant.

Nation

Wee bids farewell to his grandmother

JASIN: MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong’s grandmother passed away here Sunday.

World

Nigerian Islamists extend killing spree in northeast - police

MAIDUGURI Nigeria - Suspected Nigerian Islamist militants killed 17 people in a remote northeastern village on Tuesday night, hours after a bomb killed 118 people in the central city of Jos, police said on Wednesday.

World

Two WW2 soldiers - one French, one German - united in will to remember

OUISTREHAM France (Reuters) - When Leon Gautier landed on Sword Beach in a hail of enemy fire on June 6, 1944, as one of the first wave of French commandos to set foot on Normandy soil, the last thing he expected was that 70 years later one of the "Boches" he was fighting against would be a friend and neighbour.

Community

RM160,000 raised for charity

THE Association of British Women in Malaysia (ABWM) donated RM160,000 to eight local charitable organisations recently.

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Abbott is 'a sexist' says outgoing Australian politician

SYDNEY: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is “a sexist” rather than a misogynist, a retiring politician from his party said in an interview, adding that he was just one of many in Parliament.

Community

Sticky goodness in preparation for Hari Raya

THE traditional dodol will always be one of the main dishes during Hari Raya. This sweet sticky toffee-like candy is equally popular in other parts of the world such as Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines (especially in the Luzon and Mindanao), Sri Lanka and Myanmar where it is called “mont kalama”.

Nation

18 prisoners hug loved ones at special event

KAJANG: There were emotional scenes at the Kajang Prison’s sports complex as 18 inmates hugged their loved ones for the first time in years during a Parents Day celebration.

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Outgoing Australian politician says PM 'a sexist'

SYDNEY:Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is "a sexist" rather than a misogynist, a retiring politician from his party said in an interview Sunday, adding that he was just one of many in Parliament.

Community

Rowing into the heart of mural lovers

THE works of Russian mural artist Julia Volchkova at Klang Street and Prangin Canal have caught the attention of tourists and locals in George Town.