POWERFUL TOOL: Online popularity has translated to actual votes for political parties during GE13, analysts tell Tan Choe Choe
CASUAL: Just as the trench coat stands for Burberry or a tweed jacket typifies Chanel, the polo shirt with the crocodile logo symbolises Lacoste. Created by founder Rene Lacoste in 1933 after retiring from professional tennis, the iconic casual cotton pique shirt turns 80 this year and to mark this milestone, the French clothing label has launched two anniversary capsule collections: 'Edition' and 'Unexpected' that salute the heritage and 'unconventional chic' codes of the brand, writes Cheong Phin
TOUGH THING: Seidio Obex Samsung S3 waterproof case
THE latest Logitech G line-up, made up of six redesigned mice, a keyboard and two new headsets, is set to bring an elevated gaming experience for PC gamers. Here are some of the new G line-up:
HERITAGE: George Town is poised to be the stage for an arts and culture festival with the entire city serving as the backdrop and venue for events and performances, writes Looi Sue-Chern
REINFORCING TIES: Exercise with RMN to build friendship between nations' fleets
ALOR STAR: Plans are afoot to turn Tanjung Chali, a major green lung in the city, into a floating market by next year.
LUCK OF THE DRAW: RM2,700 investment in BSN's premium savings certificate brings joy to mother of two
GEORGETOWN: Umno will appoint its representative to assume the vacant state Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman position should Gerakan or MCA decline to accept the post.
GEORGETOWN: The Penang government has confirmed that a stop-work order was issued to a private company to stop the illegal clearing on Bukit Gambir hilltop.
BUILT FOR SPEED: More than 80 years ago, in 1926, Harry Lee Kim Hoi's father nearly raced in one of the most prestigious motorcycle races of his time. He tells Arman Ahmad the story
LEADERS: Men make better bosses – or so we were made to believe. However, a recent survey revealed that 66 per cent of people are convinced that the world will be a better place if men think more like women. Audrey Vijaindren talks to field experts to discover the best way to shepherd the flock — is it by cracking the whip, or being gentle and sensitive?
UNSAFE TRANSPORT: Sarawak Rivers Board says 47 illegal jetties pose a danger
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah has spent 89 per cent of the RM19.8 billion development fund allocated for the state under the 9th Malaysia Plan.
PENAMPANG: The people of Sabah should make full use of social media to promote the many beautiful yet relatively unknown destinations in the state.
AWARENESS PROGRAMMES: Aim to change mindset of villagers who tend to marry off young daughters
HULU TERENGGANU: The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia has allocated RM50 million for an entrepreneur development programme under the Get Malaysian Business Online (GMBO) scheme.
SHAME: Many enter the country under the pretext of studying only to commit crime
CYBERJAYA: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has located a suspect who allegedly insulted the sultan of Terengganu on his Facebook account.
KUALA LANGAT: A trader was shocked to find a bomb in the front passenger seat of his car when he entered the vehicle parked in front of his house at Taman Delima, Banting here, on Friday.