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Hospital chips in to easeflood woes

LAM Wah Ee Hospital has donated RM5,000 to help flood victims in the east coast of peninsula Malaysia.

A chance to help single mums

GO green for a good cause by purchasing a hand-stitched reusable grocery bag from any of the Cold Storage stores throughout peninsula Malaysia.

Mini hampers and ang pow treats for old folk

SPORTS Toto Malaysia Sdn Bhd brought cheer to some 2,500 old folk and the poor in Kuala Lumpur by giving them essential goods and red packets to celebrate Chinese New Year.

Residents of Fraser’s Hill lament the neglected state of tourist spot

Once-popular tourist destination Fraser’s Hill is in a state of severe neglect and residents want something done to bring it back to its former glory.

Cultural influences on canvas

The Artists Art Fair Malaysia 2015 exhibition saw the display of artworks by 35 artists from peninsula Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak as well as from Singapore and Myanmar.

Road to adventure

WHEN it comes to the weekend, or even just a day off, many urban dwellers seem to be at a loss for what to do and somehow tend to gravitate to the shopping malls, just to enjoy a day out in air-conditioned comfort.

Call for UTC in Miri

MIRI: The Federal Government needs to expand its Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) concept to Miri City in northern Sarawak as this city functions as the main hub for some 1.5 million people.

National agency for natives needed

MIRI: A national commission on indigenous people must be set up fast in Putrajaya by the Federal Government to address current issues of concern affecting the natives living in the country.

Sumatra hydro project ready by next year

KUCHING: Sarawak Cable Bhd expects its maiden 10MW mini-hydroelectric project in north Sumatra, Indonesia, to generate between RM25mil and RM28mil in revenue a year.

More hands up for Miri UTC plan

MIRI: Rural folk from interior settlements in northern Sarawak are supporting the call for the Federal Government to expand its Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) concept to Miri City.