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Goldsmith and kin living on the edge

GEORGE TOWN: A goldsmith fears that his house could collapse if the riverbank retaining wall in front of his house in Jalan Thean Teik here is not repaired soon.


Italy's Renzi chases elusive youth vote in referendum

ROME (Reuters) - Matteo Renzi gazes out from the cover of this month's Italian edition of Rolling Stone magazine as if performing a blessing.


Gun control groups spend millions on state ballot initiatives

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Gun safety advocates are pouring tens of millions of dollars into Maine and Nevada to support ballot initiatives that would mandate background checks for gun sales in an effort to clinch state-level victories after years of failed drives in Congress.


Freshly baked goodies for the children

CHILDREN of Destiny Starting Point Welfare Association were delighted on seeing volunteers of Roti 1Malaysia and its chairman Datuk Anne Eu, who brought along boxes of pastries for the orphans.


A tale of three countries

Friends from two Asean neighbours and the world’s largest economy muse about common ground.


Johoreans dread increased cost of entry to Singapore

JOHOR BARU: Daily commuters to Singapore are dreading the impending higher transport charge after the island republic announced that it would match “in some form” Malaysia’s road charge (RC) of RM20 at the two land entry points in Johor.


Anti-discrimination law mulled

PLANS are underway to enact a specific law to address discrimination against women in all sectors.


Lay Hong eyes D’nonce

PETALING JAYA: Integrated eggs and poultry player Lay Hong Bhd is said to be looking to take up a controlling stake in D’nonce Technology Bhd, a supplier of packaging materials that is going into the frozen food segment.


Free clinic looking for bigger space

IF you think 22 years of offering free medical service to thousands of urban poor and needy can open certain government doors, you will be sadly mistaken.


Hospitals can further improve waiting time

KUCHING: The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) will continue to engage with the state’s health sector to improve patient care through the lean management system.