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New driving licence documents for free

TEMERLOH: Flood victims whose driving licence, road tax or grant which were either damaged or missing will be given a replacement free of charge.

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Easy breezy sightseeing

BICYCLE-rental operators are being innovative to remain competitive in the booming cycling tourism industry in George Town.

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Linking up the city

THE link connecting the east and west sides of Kuala Lumpur in the form of a direct tolled expressway is in the midst of construction and will be ready by the end of 2016.

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Govt move to lower house prices

KUCHING: The state government plans to flood the market with affordable homes as part of efforts to bring down housing prices.

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More expensive reunions

SIBU: Those celebrating Chinese New Year will feel the pinch as prices of imported goods from China will rise, no thanks to the depreciation of the ringgit.

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Perda sends essential aid to flood victims

THE PENANG Regional Development Authority (Perda) has collected five tonnes of essential items including foodstuff for flood victims in the east coast states.

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Military alumni to the rescue to assist east coast villagers

THE idea of organising a flood relief mission by the Old Putera Association (OPA) came about on Dec 25 as members of the alumni group felt uncomfortable enjoying the festive season while many were battling floods in the east coast.

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TRD Sportivo – Toyota’s ‘gift’ for the young

KUCHING: Good news for the young and those young at heart – UMW Toyota Motor has introduced the new Toyota Hilux TRD Sportivo, a sporty variant of the popular pick-up truck.

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Alcohol bans in Australia over the New Year has saved lives

THE New Year countdown was celebrated in Australian capital cities with the usual revelry and less drama in parts of Melbourne where calls for sobriety were heeded.

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New car literally falling apart after leaving sales centre

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr Kumar bought a new car for RM400,000 in April 2011. Within half an hour of driving it out of the sales centre, he heard a scrapping sound as the car approached a road hump.