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Poodle awaits new homeat adoption drive tomorrow

A YOUNG poodle will be among the dogs up for adoption at canine welfare project Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) adoption drive tomorrow.


Seeking divine blessings on path of knowledge

THOUSANDS of Hindu students and their families will be gathering at the Batu Caves Sri Subramaniam Swami Temple tomorrow to seek divine blessings in preparation for their upcoming examinations.


Give pound pups new lease of life

EVERYDAY, dozens of puppies are caught by local council dog catchers and dumped in pounds pending euthanasia.


Give young dogs loving homes

DAPHNE was rescued from Kampar, Perak with a maggot-infested wound to the mouth while Hugo was found wandering around a housing estate.


Give Zoey a loving home

ZOEY, a young female dog, believed to have been abandoned, ran up the stairs of a block of flats in Kuala Lumpur and ended up taking refuge on the 10th floor.


Finding homes for 13 puppies

A GOOD Samaritan who rescued 13 puppies from two stray mothers in Bandar Sri Ehsan, Banting, is in a limbo after the Kuala Langat District Council ordered her to get rid of the puppies in a week.


Singer is reinventing himself by trying his hand at business

In the 1990s, singer Azman Warren was in Roslan Aziz Productions’ (RAP) stable of artistes, which included Datuk Sheila Majid, Zainal Abidin, Amir Yussof and Afdlin Shauki. Sheila and Zainal continue to perform regularly, Amir sporadically while Afdlin has become a TV host. Azman, however, has taken a completely different path.


Musician promoting genre which is often misunderstood

Reggae is not a crime. Poe (Fauzi Ahmad), who made a name recording reggae solo albums and as the lead singer of live-outfits Nonama and Reggae Malaya, is still fighting the battle to get that freewheeling type of music accepted.


Rescued puppies growing in number

MORE and more homeless puppies have found their way into canine welfare project Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better’s (MDDB) half-way home at the beginning of the New Year.


At 63, musician Kenny Tay feels all the hard work has paid off

PEOPLE know Kenny, Remy and Martin as the Chinese trio that recorded songs in Malay. Kenny Tay was the choirboy-faced singer and guitarist, while Remy Loh played bass and his brother, Martin played the keyboards.