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A first for Impiana KLCC

IMPIANA KLCC Hotel edged KL Convention Centre-Convex Malaysia Sdn Bhd 3-2 in a closely fought final match for their first MAH KL Futsal Tournament victory at Sports Planet in Ampang.


Chinese investors consider Johor an attractive destination

JOHOR BARU: Local small and medium enterprises (SME) must continue to look at China as a gateway to expand their business into the international market.


Pedalling up the ranks in terms of sports tourism

With the inaugural hosting of the Gran Fondo New York cycling race, Perak aims to make a name for itself as a place for bicycle sports.


Thousands protest against Serb government and flagship project

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Thousands protested in central Belgrade on Tuesday against Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's government and demanded a probe into a multi-billion euro riverside building project in the Serbian capital.


Environmental groups laud Sabah’s decision to scrap second bridge project

KOTA KINABALU: International groups are pledging their support for Sabah’s conservation efforts following the state government’s decision to scrap a second bridge across the Kinabatangan river in Sukau.


30,000 visitors expected for three-day cultural festival

KUCHING: The annual Irau Aco Lun Bawang, now into its 30th year, is shaping up to be its biggest edition yet.


A peek into our history

KUCHING: The Australian Borneo Exhibition Group, which organises annual trips for Anzac (the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) veterans and students to commemorate WWII in Sabah-Sarawak, is seeking stronger support to fund its programme.


Celebrating a navy town

IT WAS a scene reminiscent of the United States’ Fleet Week, where US Navy ships visit big cities in the country to participate in a week-long events to honour the force.


More visit Pahang this year

KUANTAN: The number of tourist arrivals to six major tourist destinations in Pahang in the first two months of this year is reported to have increased compared to the corresponding period last year.


Penang to seek Unesco heritage status for Guar Kepah neolithic site

KEPALA BATAS: The Penang government will apply to make the Guar Kepah Archaeological Site a Unesco world heritage area. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said this was an effort to preserve and conserve the excavation site of what is believed to be the 5,000 to 6,000-year-old remains of a woman now known as the ‘Penang Woman’.