IPOH: Caring Malaysians are rallying to help victims of the floods.
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.
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.
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.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Golden New Year’s Eve countdown will be a low key affair this year.
IPOH: YAYASAN Bina Upaya Darul Ridzuan (YBUDR), the state community empowerment agency, is coming down hard on loan defaulters.
GEORGE TOWN: Panda fever swept Penang when miniature paper animals made their debut, here, on Christmas Eve.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Medical College (PMC) hosted an eye-opening session for HELP University students recently to familiarise them with its medical programme.
GEORGE TOWN: THE Malaysian Press Photographers Association used their talents for a good cause during their participation in the recent Pinang Orient Bike Fest 2014 which took place in Padang Kota, here, recently.
IPOH: BUSINESS hotel Cititel Express Hotel is spreading its wings here, next month.
GEORGE TOWN: PENANGITE Christine Vong Su Yen was the island’s ace in the Penang International Junior Age-Group tennis championships at the Penang Sports Club in Jalan Utama here recently.
GEORGE TOWN: THE Penang government has opened donation centres across the state to collect aid for flood relief centres, especially in Perak.
GEORGE TOWN: A clogged stretch of drain in Jalan Anson has led to flash floods.
IPOH: Floods in the state have kept leaders busy as they visit victims at various relief centres to see to their welfare.
ALOR STAR: BINA Darulaman Bhd brought cheer to 364 primary and secondary students by sponsoring school uniforms recently.
GEORGE TOWN: The SJK (C) Perempuan China, Penang emerged as the first runner-up in the World Robotic Olympiad 2014 (WRO) held in Sochi, Russia, last month.
SUNGAI PETANI: HIDDEN among eateries and workshops in the tiny hamlet of Semeling are new attractions which are certain to pique the interest of art lovers.
GEORGE TOWN: THE Penang Peranakan Mansion has opened a new section featuring a collection of Peranakan garments and footwear. It will be open to the public next month.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang and North Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce & Industry held a Christmas Network Evening at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa recently.
IPOH: THE flood situation in Perak is not getting better as more victims are being evacuated from their homes while the state Public Works Department hastens to reopen traffic on the landslide-hit East West Highway today.
CAMERON HIGHLANDS: The Armed Forces have put all their aircraft on standby to deliver essentials to flood victims in Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Perak, Perlis and Sabah.
GURUN:A TOTAL of 47 local polytechnics, vocational colleges and community colleges received 100 Naza Forza units worth RM4 million from Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, the corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of the Naza Group of Companies.
IPOH: Due to the overwhelming response to its inaugural Trap-Neuter- Release (TNR) exercise, the Ipoh Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) is planning a second exercise of the same nature in March.
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