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Exhibition an effort to bring together street and academic art

INSPIRED by what Alice might have felt when plunging down the rabbit hole into the strange yonder, an art exhibition titled ‘The End’ begs the start of another adventure in the never-ending cycle of artistic creation.

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Switch off for Earth Hour

From 8.30pm to 9.30pm today, millions of people around the world will illuminate the dark with candles and lanterns to observe Earth Hour.

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Vandalism costing arm and leg

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) had to fork out over RM2mil each year to maintain public facilities.

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Nature education goes high-tech

THE Penang Municipal Park will be turned into an education park next year and the public can interact with nature through their smartphones.

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Capturing beauty of Penang through street art

COME to the Graffiti Park at the Penang Municipal Park and let yourself be immersed in the beauty of Penang via street art.

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NGOs spread awareness on conservation

KUANTAN: Several non-governmental organisations got together to spread the message of conserving the environment.

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Threads of innovation

KDU College Penang held a fashion show themed ‘Flamboyant Casual Chic’ during the college’s Design Day.

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Concert sees music-loving youth make a bee-line to D.R. Seenivasagam Park

LOCAL bands brought the D.R. Seenivasagam Park alive with their music and energy during the Wknd At The Park concert last Saturday.

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Skate artists of four nations come together for unique display of talent

SKATEBOARDING culture takes centre stage in the Fifty Fifty show currently ongoing at the Hin Bus Depot Art Centre in Jalan Gurdwara, Penang.

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Rest house is land office’s responsibility, says council

KUALA Selangor District Council (MDKS) has clarified that the abandoned and dilapidated Kuala Selangor Rest House in Kota Melawati does not fall under the council’s jurisdiction as it is under the Kuala Selangor District Land Office.