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Have a cuppa at McCafe

MCDONALD’s McCafé is no stranger to many around the world and making its way to Malaysia has given local coffee lovers reason to celebrate as many have been waiting to try the brands premium specialty coffee.

Preparedness is key to survival

SO what do you want to know first? The good news or the bad news?

MasterCard’s Jim Cheah talks about the convenience of going cashless

OUR guest this week is an advocate for one of women’s best loved hobbies — shopping! Or actually, more accurately, an advocate for indulgence.

MBPJ to set up alternative transport system in coming years

TRAMS, electric trishaws and water taxis along five rivers in Petaling Jaya are among the alternative modes of transportation proposed in the city’s plan to enable its people to travel in an efficient manner.

Smoking a cause for concern

From RUEBEN DUDLEY, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

How to bring crime rate down

From CONCERNED, Kuala Lumpur.

IOC chief backs food and drinks sponsors

BERLIN: The International Olympic Committee issued public backing of its Games sponsors Coca-Cola and McDonald’s yesterday, a day after president Jacques Rogge was quoted as saying there was a “question mark” over their sponsorship due to obesity concerns.

Great response for buy-one-free-one sandwich promotion

SUBWAY restaurants nationwide were overwhelmed by the crowd who turned up for the one-day-only Buy One Free One without coupons promotion recently.

Firms donate savings from plastic bags to charities

SHOPPERS in Selangor have managed to save some five million plastic bags in the first year of the “No Plastic Bag” campaign which was launched in 2010, said its state executive councillor Elizabeth Wong.

No foul play in death of Gaddafi oil boss - Austria

VIENNA (Reuters) - Libya's Gaddafi-era prime minister and oil chief Shokri Ghanem died after suffering heart failure and falling into the Danube river and there is no sign of foul play, the Vienna prosecutor's office said on Wednesday.