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DESPITE continuous campaigns, some eatery operators remain nonchalant when it comes to hygiene, especially those operating makeshift stalls by the roadside and under flyovers.
IPOH: Vehicle manufacturing company Gunung Capital Bhd (GCB) has given a bus worth RM40,000 to Yayasan Kemajuan Islam Darul Ridzuan (Kadir).
GEORGE TOWN: THE seasoned brawler, the well-muscled, the skilled martial artist and the merely pugnacious converged at 1st Avenue Penang shopping mall for the Malaysia Invasion Mixed Martial Arts (MIMMA) tournament tryouts recently.
IPOH: ART enthusiasts will have the chance to see a lovely collection of Chinese and Jawi calligraphies at the Tun Razak library on April 23.
IPOH: For the first time, the Ipoh Little India Traders Association will be organising the "Little India Carnival" here.
GEORGE TOWN: The Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) School of Arts hosted a gala dinner for the closing ceremony of the Selsius-USM International Ceramic Festival 2014 here recently.
GEORGE TOWN: They have been warned on many occasions before. However, they chose to ignore the warnings.
THE Perak Kwan Tung Association is waiting for the green light from the state government to go ahead with its proposed 1.6ha columbarium project which will have the capacity to house over 40,000 urns.
NEGLECTED: The final resting place of the ancestors of the Chulier clan is in a deplorable condition
GEORGE TOWN: Despite the raids on dirty eateries and lots of publicity given to their offences, there are still many recalcitrant eatery operators in the state.
ALOR STAR: Halimah Ismail, 62, and husband, Ahmad Saad, 67, from Permatang Kangkong are proud owners of a cottage industry producing emping kerabu and spicy dhal, which are traditional tidbits.
ALOR STAR: Residents in Kuala Kedah should not be unduly worried about the tsunami alarm system which triggered recently due to unscheduled repair and maintenance works done by the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MMD).
GEORGE TOWN: SOME 200 cyclists converged at Queensbay Mall for the Earth Hour Fun Ride here recently.
IPOH: CRAVING for some Western fast food? The Burps & Giggles Cafe and its sister outlet, Buku Tiga Lima, are offering an assortment of western fast food ranging from hamburgers to pastries, crepes, bagels and sandwiches.
GEORGE TOWN:AVID motor racers have a great opportunity to satisfy their love for motor racing.
GEORGE TOWN: Youth Associations BetterPenang and ActifeStyle Concept are co-organising the inaugural Penang Ultra 100K race at the Padang Kota Lama in George Town on Sept 6.
ALOR STAR: THE state capital is becoming more disabled-friendly to ensure that the disabled are not sidelined as the city develops.
KANGAR: Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) marked another international milestone when it bagged six gold medals and four silver medals at the 17th Moscow International Salon of Inventions and Innovation Technologies (Archimedes) recently.
IPOH: An academy that focuses on training beauticians will be opening next month.
GEORGE TOWN: CHTNetwork is holding Penang International Photo Awards 2014 (Pipa2014) which carries the theme "People, Places and Culture".