IPOH: Businessman Low Weng Kow was installed as the 37th president of the Rotary Club of Kinta for the 2014/2015 term.
KUALA LUMPUR: Britain’s leading international school, Concord College, is holding a reunion dinner as part of its 65th anniversary celebrations on Aug 9 with past, present and future students from all around the world.
KUALA LUMPUR: Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGV) is going beyond a mere festive greeting this Raya to inspire Malaysians with the message that no matter how far we progress in life, success is measured by passion, determination and love for our family.
GEORGE TOWN: BOSE, an audio system and instrument manufacturer, is making its presence felt in Penang with the opening of its highly-anticipated showroom here recently.
IPOH: THE state’s heritage of beautiful mosques have been packaged as an anchor tourism product dubbed the Perak Mosque Trail.
SUNGAI PETANI: A freak thunderstorm in the morning failed to daunt a group of people out to do themselves and the community some good in Taman Jubli Perak.
IPOH: THE man who walked around Malaysia, fuelled by patriotism and love for his country, is back.
ALOR STAR: Hari Raya Aidilfitri was a quiet affair in the state this year, unlike previous years, as all state government celebrations have been cancelled as a mark of respect to the passengers of MH17 and their families.
JOHOR BARU: Ketupat, which is synonymous with Hari Raya, is a much sought-after festive delicacy among the Muslims.
SEGAMAT: Besides delicious food, the cleanliness of a restaurant, including that of its toilets, is an added advantage for restaurant operators, said Segamat district council president Ismail Abu.
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