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BAU: Siniawan is a small town in Bau district that is boring by day but turns lively at night.
WHEN the Prime Minister dropped a bombshell by ordering Alliance Steel to tear down its “high” perimeter wall early this month, many of the company’s 2,600 Malaysian employees feared they would lose their jobs. Athirah Ahmad Mazlan was one of them.
IMPORTED chillies are being favoured over homegrown chillies, leaving many farmers worried, reported Sinar Harian.
JOHOR BARU: Many Malaysians and Singaporeans are getting their first taste of the fish gravy-rich laksa Johor thousands of kilometres away Down Under, thanks to the young owner of a Johorean restaurant there.
JOHOR BARU: Although she has to work during Hari Raya Aidilfitri, nurse Nur Syaqilla Redzuan, 23, is happy to bring cheer to patients and their families.
CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Tourists were left disappointed after many of the highlands’ famous charcoal steamboat restaurants were closed in protest against the one-way street system along Jalan Brinchang-Cameron Highland at the town centre.
TWO dogs saved a security guard from being mauled by a tiger when he answered nature’s call near an abandoned mine in Gebeng, Kuantan, reported Kosmo!.
SINTOK: Chef Wan has been appointed as adjunct professor of Universiti Utara Malaysia’s Tourism Management, Hospitality and Environmental school.
ASK locals in Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang what their main local dish is, and don’t be surprised if all say “nasi dagang”!
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign visitors to the city are digging into what Malaysia has to offer in terms of culinary delights rooted in the country's various ethnic communities.