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Firm in Penang undersea tunnel project cleared by MACC

GEORGE TOWN: The company involved in building the Penang undersea tunnel project and three paired roads has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.


Board trains first batch of 60 Hindu priests

THE first batch of 60 people successfully underwent preliminary training to become Hindu temple priests under a prog­ramme organised by the Penang Hindu Endowment Board, Makkal Osai reported.


Prisoners not forgotten during this festive period

GEORGE TOWN: Although they are in prison and far away from their family members, the inmates at the Penang Remand Prison here were not forgotten during this festive period.


Compilation of 100 Tamil short stories launched

THE Malaysian Tamil Maniman­dram Ipoh has launched a compilation of 100 Tamil short stories written by local and foreign authors, Malaysia Nanban reported.


Hundreds making early pilgrimages to avoid the crowd

GEORGE TOWN: For couple G. Poobalan and T. Vasantakumari, making their way up to the Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Hilltop Temple with their three-month-old twin daughters was a journey they had looked forward to for years.


Syrian child refugees taught to release stress and resist recruitment

BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The screams of a dozen Syrian and Palestinian children pierce the air of a community centre in Lebanon's Shatila refugee camp.


WWII heroine Sybil remembered

PETALING JAYA: As Google doodle spotlighted the 117th birthday of Sybil Kathigasu, many Malaysians were reminded of the World War II heroine’s grit and sacrifices.


McCartney nearly quit music after Beatles breakup

LONDON (AFP) - Paul McCartney said he began drinking heavily and almost quit music altogether after The Beatles broke up, in an interview due to air this week.