MANY pet boarding centres in the city are fully booked for the Hari Raya holidays as pet owners, especially those with cats, are leaving their beloved felines behind as they head for their hometowns.
I READ in Streets recently that the PJ A&W drive-in will be closing its doors.
KUALA LUMPUR: The benches with "iron bars" are drawing mixed reactions from city folk.
ABOUT 10 wooden public benches along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman have been retrofitted with iron bars to stop people from sleeping on them.
THOSE who want to break their fast retro-style, should head over to the O'las Hall at The Legend Resort Cherating here.
RELIVE the bygone years of the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee when you break fast at Serena Brasserie in Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur hotel.
KUANTAN: The floods that hit the capital of Pahang last December has prompted a food company from Malacca to adopt a children's home at Kampung Kempadang here.
FOUR hundred and eighty children from the city were taken on a Raya shopping spree at Aeon Setiawangsaby Puteri Umno and the Federal Territories Foundation.
IN line with its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative to raise standards of education in Malaysian schools, especially in the proficiency of English, the Sunway Group is calling all secondary school students to submit essays on smoking issues.
KUALA LUMPUR: The monorail service between Hang Tuah and Jalan Imbi stations have resumed after consultants from City Hall and Syarikat Prasarana Negara gave it the nod, said Mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib during a buka puasa event with members of Association of Public Housing Residents in Band
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