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Council lodges report against organisers

The Municipal Council in Kota Baru has lodged a police report against the Kelantan Peoples Action Council (MTRK) for not having a permit to conduct a concert featuring foreign and local artistes in conjunction with the Sultan of Kelantan#8217;s birthday celebration.

Alor Star becomes a city

Alor Star, one of the region's oldest towns with a colourful past spanning 268 years, has been officially made a city - the ninth in the country.

City status for Alor Star

Alor Star was officially proclaimed the country's eighth city by Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah in a glorious ceremony witnessed by more than 30,000 people at Dataran Tunku here, last night.

Orchid garden for all to enjoy

When in Kota baru, Kelantan make it a point to visit the Taman Orkid Tengku Anis, where you can, among other things, admire the orchids, birds and butterflies, play a round of badminton and sample the culinary delights of Kelantan.

Blackmailed after one-night stand

A 30-YEAR-OLD man paid a high price for a moment of weakness, reported the I>Nanyang Siang Pau./I>

New names to integrate LRT network

KELANA Jaya, Ampang and Seri Petaling lines. These are the new names for the existing light rail transit network (LRT) after Rapid KL's takeover of the LRT systems and much of Klang Valley's bus routes in November last year.

Thousands march in parades to celebrate 48 years of independence

State-level parades and festivities were held throughout the country to mark the nation's 48th National Day.

Kota Baru gets set to party to mark Islamic City status

A fashion show and performances by artistes, including Mawi, are part of the programmes to be held in conjunction with the declaration of Kota Baru as an Islamic city on Oct 1.

Keeping a royal clan alive

They came from all over the country, some even from Singapore and Indonesia.

Social ills rising in Kelantan

Prostitution and a gay lifestyle were becoming more common in Kelantan, an opposition assemblyman told the State Assembly.