WHEN the newly-appointed state executive council member, Datuk Hasni Mohammad, told journalists that the Istana Besar restoration works will be completed by end of the year, I got excited.
OLD FAITHFUL: Johore Central Store opened for business as a small shop in Jalan Ibrahim in 1926
EXCITING: Fifty youngsters from Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore take part in Senai Airport Minibike Challenge 2013
JOHOR BARUl: About 70 to 80 per cent of colorectal, or colon cancer affects those without any family history of the disease.
JOHOR BARU: Students had their first taste of golf when the birdieball golf was introduced in SMK Tasik Utara here recently.
TOP SPOT: Fashion lecturer Mohd Hafiz Sabran impresses the judges with his creation at the inaugural Raja Zarith Sofiah Awards
KLUANG: Tar Ah Wah, 66, and his wife Ler Kim Eng, 64, recently received news that they would be given a monthly contribution from Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso) or Socso following the death of their daughter, a snatch-theft victim who had succumbed to her injuries.
FOURTH WIN: Latest victory makes Universiti Teknologi Malaysia the institution with the most intellectual property awards to date
FLOOD ERADICATION: Drainage system to be upgraded in three areas
TIME-HONOURED: Aniseh Mat Lazim’s centre in Taman Tampoi Indah offers traditional medicines and alternative therapies