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Helping out

HERE TO SERVE...Pahang Crisis Relief Squad of MCA (CRSM) chief Datuk Chang Hong Seong (right) and volunteers on the ground to help villagers in cleaning up exercise in the aftermath of the floods.

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Brewery promotes responsible drinking through campaign

IN DECEMBER, Guinness Anchor Bhd (GAB) launched a month-long Drink Sensibly campaign ahead of the festive season, featuring four webisodes aimed at inculcating responsible drinking mindsets.

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New guidelines for hillside development

THE Selangor government will introduce new and stricter guidelines for development projects in slope and hillside areas.

Metro Biz

An accidental baker helps a cake business rise

Thirty years ago, Jenny Chuang had no inkling that she would one day become an entrepreneur running a successful frozen food and pastry manufacturing company.

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Two top guns to remain at helm

THE services of the two head honchos of the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) have been extended for one more year as the state gears up for its elevation to a city council status.

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Baru: Justice needed in creation of new seats

KUCHING: Malaysia’s electoral system must move closer to the “one person-one vote” ideal with each seat delineation exercise instead of regressing or remaining stagnant, according to Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian.

Metro Biz

Adaptability adds a boost to company’s bottomline

The GREEK philosopher Heraclitus is generally credited with the aphorism, “The only thing that is constant is change.”

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Top 10 trending food trucks

Metro Online Broadcast highlights popular mobile food businesses within the Klang Valley.

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Plenty of action on stage

Plenty of action all week long at this nifty outlet in Taman Tun that also serves up some great pub grub.

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Fatimah: No reason not to hire qualified locals

KUCHING: Sarawakians should get civil service jobs in their home state as long as they qualify, says a local minister, responding to complaints that too many teachers in Sarawak were from other parts of Malaysia.