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Canned goods flown out

MORE than 10,000 cartons of canned food will be sent to flood victims, courtesy of Adabi Consumer Industries Sdn Bhd.

Thrifty spending

THE sales of consumer electronic goods in the northern region dropped significantly from September to November, making it one of the worst three months ever experienced by retailers in the region over the past three years.

Club sends 10 tonnes of essentials to Kelantan

THE Alor Setar Rotary Club’s initiative to help flood victims in Kelantan was a great success.

Thrifty spending Sale of consumer electronics goods dips in northern region

THE sale of consumer electronics goods in the northern region dropped significantly from September to November, making it one of the worst three months ever experienced by retailers in the region over the past three years.

New RM20mil road in Kulim Techno-City to open end of the month

THE 1.85km KTC Outer Ring Road encircling Kulim Techno-City (KTC) residential and commercial areas is now ready and will be open to traffic by the end of this month.

PJRC Powerboat challenge held to promote sport

THE FIFTH PJRC Powerboat International Championship 2014 came to a successful finale at Taman Tasik Bandaran Kelana Jaya.

High-tech park authority and NGOs send supplies

This time, it was the Kulim High-Tech Park (KHTP) and several non-governmental organisations which sent two truckloads of goods to the affected areas.

Malaysians a helpful lot

TEMERLOH: More non-governmental organisations have come forward to assist the government in providing aid in cash and kind to flood victims.

41 schools allowed to delay school term by another week

PETALING JAYA: Schools in Perak, Pahang and Kelantan that are being used as flood relief centres or still inundated by floods have been allowed to postpone their new school term by another week.

Keen on Chinese schools

MALAY parents who chose to send their children to Chinese primary schools in Kedah want their children to learn the Chinese language and be exposed to other cultures.