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Rapid city travel for KL in 18 months

Rapid KL, which will operate an integrated public transport system in the Klang Valley, is set to give commuters a more convenient, efficient and cost-effective service within the next 18 months.

Community

Still dishing out good meals after 40 years

Loi Fatt started as a common coffee shop selling noodles, then slowly turned into an air-conditioned outlet specialising in seafood.

Community

A small town’s country charms

ROLLING green hills, lush tropical rainforests, vibrant orchids and open countryside are the hallmarks of Serendah

Community

A small town’s country charms

Rolling green hills, lushtropical rainforests,vibrant orchids and opencountryside are the hallmarksof Serendah.

Community

Seeing KL's problems as a whole

New FT Minister Datuk Zulhasnan Rafique does not want to talk about his plans for Kuala Lumpur until he meets with the Prime Minister. However, he shares his views on the city in which he has resided almost all his life.

Community

Allowance for squatter to move

SEVENTY families squatting on land used to belong to Malaysia's foremost Kapitan Cina Yap Ah Loy received disposition allowance of RM1,500 per family from the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ), recently.

Nation

New cultural showcase honouring Yap Ah Loy

A cultural hall honouring Yap Ah Loy, the founder of Kuala Lumpur and the third Kapitan Cina, has been launched at the Kwong Tong Cemetery in the city, reported I>China Pr/I>ess.

Community

Semenyih has plenty to offer now

By GEETHA KRISHNAN for Focus On

Nation

Sense and sensitivity must prevail

By WONG CHUN WAI

Community

A peek into Hakka heritage

B>E/B>NTERING the Chinese gateway of the RM800,000 Malaysian Hakka Centre in Burmah Road, Penang, one will be awestruck by its modest size but compact historical information tastefully presented in the highrise centre.