JOHOR BARU: THE sewage treatment plant that will be built in Kampung Pasir, here, will not only serve the new development projects in Danga Bay, but also the areas surrounding the plant.
ALOR STAR: THE state Fire and Rescue Department will inspect 40 religious schools for building defects in the state next year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Masjid India Bazaar was a sea of blue on Tuesday as traders completed dismantling their permanent fixtures and replaced them with makeshift blue tents.
KUALA LUMPUR: CITY Hall will continue its crackdown on stall operators who rent their business permits to foreigners.
SUBANG JAYA: The Big Bad Wolf Sale is extended until Sunday, 11.55pm, due to overwhelming response from the public.
KUALA LUMPUR: KHAIRUDDIN Mustaffa, or Dino as he is known among art circles, has a passion for naïve art, which he uses to good effect to portray the country’s various cultures.
LANGKAWI: Berjaya Langkawi Resort is hosting the Miss Tourism International 2014 delegates.
IPOH: Pantai Hospital Ipoh (PHI) organised an early New Year party for 65 children from the Oncology and Thalassaemia Daycare Unit, Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital, recently.
KUALA LUMPUR: THE recent second Information Department’s Inter-Media Bowling Tournament saw the top three teams separated by big gaps in their scores.
GOERGE TOWN: THIS festive season, Queensbay Mall is presenting an enchanted festive landscape, surrounded by massively ornamented pine trees and “timeless” wooden cuckoo clocks with an illuminated trail highlighting the magical ambience of wonder, joy and peace.
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