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Stabbing case to be heard on Feb 11

GEORGE TOWN: The case of the woman charged with injuring a Rapid Penang bus captain with a dangerous weapon, has been fixed for case management on Feb 11 by a magistrate’s court here.


Contented with the simple things

Ruminations - By A.R. Amiruddin FOR two plates of mee goreng (fried noodles) and two glasses of water, I spent RM50.


Finger-pointing in politics

North view by Stephen Then
TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad came to Kuching last week and delivered some strong criticisms against the Barisan Nasional government for the lack of development in rural Sarawak and the erosion of the state’s right at the federal level.


Observing the animal kingdom

MY pet cat Kiko resembled an animal ‘messiah.’ It amazed me with its weird behaviour.


Profound stories behind pieces of art

Zarina Abdullah took time detailing her father’s signs of growing wiser and older on two of her artworks.


Just great for Sungai Ara

SUNGAI Ara FC put up a courageous performance against PBAPP FC in the local derby with a slim 1-0 victory at the City Stadium in Penang.


CEO: Company owes success to talented employees

MALACCA: Training and consultancy firm Maslow owes its success to a pool of talented employees.


National Day celebration lives up to Central Market’s identity

THE colourful tapestries of our country came alive with an assortment of interactive cultural performances at Central Market’s Merdeka celebration.


Having a ‘terror-fic’ good time in contest

HOMEMAKER Lim Hui Hua and her photographer husband Tang Jiunn Leong clearly demon-strated their outstanding talent and creativity in arts and crafts when both their teams won second and first prizes respectively in a Pumpkin Decorating Contest in Queensbay Mall, Penang.


Man to undergo psychiatric treatment before facing trial

SIBU: A man who pleaded not guilty with murder has been ordered by the High Court to undergo psychiatric assessment.