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THERE are many potential mosquito breeding grounds throughout the city.
GEORGE TOWN: THE Penang Youth and Sports Department is further developing sports for those with disabilities, following the success of Malaysia's disabled athletes at international events.
GEORGE TOWN: STRAITS Quay Retail Marina celebrated the season of love with a twist in the traditional Valentine's Day with a vibrant infusion of east and west recently.
GEORGE TOWN: CHECK out the giant 3D art pieces at the Amazing Real Life Stunning Arts charity exhibition at Gurney Paragon's St Jo's until March 16.
IPOH: About 250 students attended a business symposium entitled "Dare To Dream" organised by Quest International University Perak (QIUP) here.
FINES: Penang Island Municipal Council has been issuing 900 to 1,000 summonses to errant motorists daily
WORLD OPEN: Nicol gets chance to win eighth crown before adoring fans
COLLECTORS’ DREAM: The Art Gallery showcases two local artists who were considered trailblazers
IN-DEPTH: Programme aims to impart skills for more effective care
ALOR STAR: The prices of Chinese herbs have gone up five times over the last three years, but demand has not dropped, especially commonly used ones such as tianqi, red dates, ginseng roots, dangshen, goji and luohanguo.
IPOH: Graduates looking for jobs are welcome to drop by at the 5th Perak Education and Job Expo to be held at the Indera Mulia Stadium here on Saturday and Sunday.
ACCOLADE: Team of chefs work hard to churn out special and delicious dishes
GEORGE TOWN: Rejab Ali is fast becoming a familiar face in Bayan Baru.
ALOR STAR: OVER the last two months, medical instrument technician Lim Wei Coon has helped to fight more than 100 fires, most of them bush fires, in and around the town.
ALOR STAR: The state government has allocated RM15,000 to the Kedah chapter of the Federation of Malay Students (GPMS) for looking after the welfare of Malay students.
GEORGE TOWN: Fitness buffs in Penang and around the world are eager to "conquer" the Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah Bridge, the longest of its kind in Southeast Asia.
KUALA LUMPUR: HALFWAY across the world, close friendships were forged among groups of teenagers sent by the Malaysian government to study at the Blackpool College of Technology and Arts in the United Kingdom.
IPOH: AGROUP of children from Badan Budaya Perak recently presented a drama entitled Di Sebalik Batu Belah at the State Arts and Culture Department (JKKN) auditorium, here.
IPOH: IF you are riding along Jalan Lapangan Terbang in Kampung Melayu here and your motorcycle breaks down, fear not as you can find refuge at a café where you can fix your ride, get a haircut, and enjoy a delicious meal under the same roof.
GEORGE TOWN: Uda Holdings Bhd recently organised a Luncheon with Media event in the five-star G Hotel, here, to show its appreciation to members of the press in Penang.