PETALING JAYA: Sunway Group chairman Tan Sri Dr Jeffrey Cheah recently gave a talk entitled "Turning Wasteland into Wonderland" at Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre. About 2,000 students from Sunway and Monash Universities turned up for the event.
GEORGE TOWN: Mutiara Impian Sports School maintained their football supremacy in the boys' Under-18 by winning the Penang Schools title recently.
TNB Invitational Media meet: Salmy, Azmi and Bazli make a clean sweep in men’s event
KUALA LUMPUR: In conjunction with Fathers Day, TNT Express Malaysia launched its "Honouring Fathers" contest recently.
KUALA LUMPUR: Toymaker, Fisher-Price and Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur held a special event for all mothers who gave birth on Mothers Day.
MOTHERS DAY COMPETITION: Kalaiselvi Vadarajoo wowed the judges with her winning entry written in Malay
NO BREAKS: Anuja serves authentic Indian dishes from Tamil NaduChennai, Kerala, and Andhra Pradesh
ICONIC: Forty-four ardent collectors showcase their extensive memorabilia at the third annual Coca-Cola Collectors Fair
KUALA LUMPUR: Did you know that cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in Malaysia?
ON CLOUD NINE: Seven out of the nine women ambassadors in the country sample the best that Resorts World Genting has to offer
PUTRAJAYA: To celebrate their 100th year anniversary, RHB Banking Group raised RM241,000 for charity during the RHB Centenary Golf Classic 2013 recently.
THE article "High hopes for new FT minister" (Streets, May 16) refers. We, the residents of Bangsar Utama Block 4 Management Corporation, also have high hopes for the new Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor to solve our 14-year problem -- the inaccessibility of Jalan Bangsar Utama 6 despite the existence of two yellow boxes, towing sign and the daily issuance of parking summonses.
ANNUAL AFFAIR: Besides having fun, outstanding Leo members and clubs will be recognised for their performances
KUALA LUMPUR: The Bukit Bandaraya Residents' Association held a dialogue recently to address concerns on the ongoing works near the MRT project site in Bangsar.
OUT OF HARM’S WAY: The Kuala Lumpur Road Safety Department will forward complaints from pedestrians to the authorities to enhance road safety