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Distributing aid fairly to flood victims

RESIDENTS living near flood-ravaged areas in Perak are advised not to be greedy when it comes to the distribution of supplies from the authorities.

Ministry monitoring prices of essential goods

KOTA KINABALU: Traders have been warned against increasing the price of goods amid recent floods in the state.

Easy win for ex-national shuttler

FORMER national shuttler Tan Chun Seang showed that he is still a player of quality when he retained the Langkawi Lada-Apacs international badminton tournament’s Men’s Open singles title.

Resorts urged to use situation to entice foreigners to visit Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: Local resort owners should take advantage of the declining Ringgit value to attract more foreign tourists to visit Sabah.

Raring to help ease hardship

The group was joined by a convoy of 20 vehicles including a bas, four lorries, two vans, and several 4WDs.

Engineer sets up company to get hands dirty and learn

Starting out one’s career in a large company, with its maze of bureaucracy, may not always be fulfilling. And when career aspirations are not fulfilled, some employees become demotivated.

Dong Zong not doing their job, says Ti

KUANTAN: The Dong Zong leadership should just step down if they are not willing to voice out against calls to abolish Chinese education, said MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chief Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.

Tan, one of Msia’s founding fathers

Tun Tan Cheng Lock, the founder and first president of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), is recognised as one of the founding fathers who fought selflessly for the country’s independence.

Engineer sets up company to get hands dirty and learn

Starting out one’s career in a large company, with its maze of bureaucracy, may not always be fulfiling. And when career aspirations are not fulfilled, some employees become demotivated.

Kavadi-bearing has helped strengthen bonds in one family

KAVADI-bearing is common practice for Thaipusam devotees in fulfilling vows, but for some it is the seal that bonds father and son, from one generation to the next.