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DANGEROUS: Out of the 100 lodging houses operating in Alor Star, over 40 are illegal and a fire hazard
GEORGE TOWN: Kelab Ambank Group (KAG) members had an exciting trip from Kuala Lumpur to Penang while participating in a motor treasure hunt recently.
NEIGHBOURS: Passion From Medan brings Indonesian art in an exchange programme to strengthen ties
BRILLIANT STROKES: Colour & Win Contest winners receive holiday in Tokyo Disneyland, Japan, complete with RM5,000 pocket money
APPREHENSIVE: Indigenous people in Ulu Kampar are worried that the hydroelectric project will affect their homes and livelihood
ALOR STAR: The Muda Agriculture Development Authority (Mada) together with the National Farmers Association (Nafas) and the Area Farmers Organisation (PPK) held a "Program Jalinan Kasih" to strengthen ties between farmers recently.
IPOH: Fresh graduates should consider alternative jobs that have potential to broaden their horizons, advised Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir.
ALOR STAR: There is a growing concern over the rise in the number of illegal lodging houses in the city centre as one of it was found to be a front for Internet gambling.
JITRA: THE Works Ministry has allocated RM3 million to organise Road Marking Technology and Effective Resurfacing Course for Class F contractors nationwide for this year.
SECURITY: The patrol squads will consist of police officers and volunteers
GEORGE TOWN: THOUSANDS flocked to the northern region's largest home appliance fair of the year at the sPICE Arena here recently. One hundred and seventy companies participated in the Home Decoration Exhibition (Homedec).
IPOH: THE Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB) launched the Daily Living Skills facility at the MAB Kinta Valley rehabilitation centre in Gunung Rapat, here, recently.
KUALA LUMPUR: KUANTAN FA, a development side for the Pahang state team, have emerged as the leading contenders to earn Premier League promotion next season as they now lead the FAM League after last weekend's proceedings.
IPOH: Over 200 Sikhs from Gurdwara Sahib Tanjung Rambutan celebrated Vaisakhi with a high tea for the second consecutive year recently.
IPOH: Some 150 preschoolers took part in the 17th Kinderland Sports Carnival cum Family Day recently.
ALOR STAR: Fatimah Az-zahra Mohd Khalil, who was born profoundly deaf, was all smiles as she received canned food in conjunction with the Ayam Brand Healthy Diet for Creativity Charity campaign recently.
IPOH: THE coffee craze in Malaysia has led to the establishment of a new outlet called the Signature Oldtown White Coffee at M-Boutique in Hala Datuk 5, here.
ALOR STAR: THERE will be no more Ramadan bazaars near the Pekan Rabu complex and Jalan Mashuri this year due to public complaints on traffic congestion in both areas during the fasting month last year.
IPOH: The Ipoh City Council (MBI) has been urged to check all trees under its jurisdiction to prevent a recurrent of a recent incident where an uprooted tree badly damaged a car.
ALOR STAR: To reduce food waste in the hospitality industry as well as to promote research and development in waste management, the Solid Waste Public Cleansing Corporation (PPSPPA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with several organisations recently.