IPOH: After a two year hiatus, work to build a state-funded non-Muslim crematorium at the Hindu burial ground in Buntong has been revived.
KUALA LUMPUR: THINK City, a community based urban environment rejuvenation organisation, is inviting city residents in the federal capital and Butterworth in Penang to contribute ideas to boost city living through its Think City Grants programme.
GEORGE TOWN: The state government has asked a federal agency building affordable housing in Penang to resubmit applications for the development of such projects, while telling another to justify breaches in the pricing limit.
IPOH: THE Watoto Children’s Choir raised RM33,000 during the “Beautiful Africa: A New Generation” concert.
GEORGE TOWN: HARD Rock Hotel Penang has rolled out a lavish spread for Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
BUTTERWORTH: A. CHEERENDEV successfully defended his Protech-Penang Indian Open Badminton Championship boys’ Under-16 singles title after his opponent, S. Meenoshen, retired in the final at the TCH Badminton Hall in Sungai Puyu recently.
ALOR STAR: THE state Fire and Rescue Department will inspect 40 religious schools for building defects in the state next year.
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.
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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