JOHOR BARU: ALL areas in the state capital have been put on high alert to brace for the third wave of floods.
GEORGE TOWN: WHAT a year it has been for Penang. Issues relating to parking coupons, banning foreigners as cooks at hawker stalls and uncovering the dirty truth behind the ever-popular roti Benggali hogged the headlines for the state this year.
KUALA LUMPUR: AFTER enjoying success in Singapore and Indonesia, Modern Asian Diners or MAD has spread its wings to Malaysia.
PUTRAJAYA: For a taste of Yemeni food, make your way to Madfoon Palace’s second outlet at Basement 3, Menara Putrajaya Holdings in Precinct 2, Putrajaya.
KLUANG: In an effort to reach out to flood victims housed in the relief centre in Kampung Mengkibol, the Kluang Econsave supermarket recently contributed much-needed aid to the affected families.
THE wall bashers at the Astaka Courts, here, were double the usual turnout this time around.
JOHOR BARU: IT was a delightful and meaningful experience for about 100 members of the Bandar Baru Uda (BBU) mosque’s senior citizens bureau (BWE) and their families as they braved gloomy weather to hold a gathering at Kampung Johor Lama, a historical village in Kota Tinggi.
SAILORS from around the world will battle it out at the Royal Langkawi International Regatta (RLIR) from Jan 12 to 17.
KUALA LUMPUR: More than 300 guests attended the celebrations of the 87th birthday of Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the kingdom’s National Day at Royale Chulan Hotel Kuala Lumpur on Dec 5.
JOHOR BARU: Thistle Hotel recently brought Christmas cheer to 21 children of Persatuan Kebajikan Berkat Johor Baru with a sumptuous lunch.
IPOH: Caring Malaysians are rallying to help victims of the floods.
JOHOR BARU: JOHOR has three inland national parks which are sure to appeal to any nature lover and adrenaline junkie.
IPOH: The city’s adventure theme park, Lost World of Tambun (LWOT), has come to the aid of flood victims.
IPOH: SECOND Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah gave RM157,000 to eight organisations at a presentation ceremony at Restaurant Hup Mui in Jalan Jelapang Chemor recently.
Johor Baru: Oriwise Sdn Bhd held a year-end, high tea get-together at its Taman Sutera Utama premises recently to show appreciation to its staff.
GEORGE TOWN: Some 100 pupils from the House of Hope in Air Itam, were provided with school uniforms by the management of the Bukit Jambul Complex in Bayan Baru recently.
KANGAR: Universiti Teknologi Mara Perlis organised an appreciation night for 20 journalists at Seri Malaysia Hotel, here, recently.
GEORGE TOWN:HISTORY buffs travelled back in time to 100 years ago to revisit The Great War or the First World War (WWI), through viewing miniaturised foot soldiers and military hardware such as warplanes, armoured vehicles and warships.
GEORGE TOWN: Back with a bigger and classier act, Queensbay Mall Mini Model Search reached its grand finals recently. The competition heated up with kids doing their best to upstage each other to win the coveted titles and prizes worth more than RM12,000.
GEORGE TOWN: DESPITE being stricken with diabetes and with one leg recently amputated, artist Patrick Lasak, 52, is undeterred from attending and performing in a live demonstration in his latest solo exhibition at the Artefacts Dreamz Gallerie on Mcalister Lane recently.
KUALA LUMPUR: TO usher in the Year of the Ram next Chinese New Year, the SCS butter brand is upgrading a familiar festival classic, the pineapple tart.
GEORGE TOWN: A grand reception to celebrate the 81st birthday of Japanese Emperor Akihito was held at Hotel Jen Penang recently.
JOHOR BARU: THE police have assured flood victims who have been evacuated to relief centres that their homes will be monitored to prevent burglary and theft, said Johor police chief Datuk Mokhtar Shariff.
GEORGE TOWN: HUMANTARIAN teams with food supplies from Penang are on their way to areas badly hit by floods in eight states, thanks to voluntary groups based in the state.
KUALA LUMPUR: According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Malaysia website, as of last month, there are some 150,460 refugees and asylum seekers registered in Malaysia, with Rohingya making up 40,070 refugees.
PETALING JAYA: JAYA Shopping Centre held a holiday programme for children of Rumah Hope, Rumah Juara, Rumah Sayangan and Shelter Home at the mall, here, recently.
KUALA LUMPUR: The St John’s Institution Naval Cadet Band represented Malaysia in the 30th Grand Prix Marching Band (GPMB) in Jakarta recently.
BASEd on media reports and public comments, it appears that the poor maintenance of infrastructures such as roads, drainage systems and public amenities has become a perennial problem to all.
KUALA LUMPUR: BOOK lovers should visit BookXcess in Fahrenheit 88 to get book at wholesale prices.
KUALA LUMPUR: The year-end is filled with festivities and chef Jean-Luc Lundy and his team at Victoria Station have prepared a special New Year menu featuring signature dishes at a special price.
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