DISHEARTENING: Hawker claims MPPP rejected application for stall permit
GEORGE TOWN: Members of the Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce (PCCC) got together for a gala dinner in conjunction with its 110th anniversary here recently.
GEORGETOWN: Tropfest South East Asia (Tropfest SEA) has appointed Apichatpong Weerasethakul as its ambassador ahead of the inaugural regional edition of the world's biggest short film festival here.
GREAT MUSIC: The band’s repertoire includes ballads, rock pop, sentimental, high beat tempo songs and the blues
ALOR STAR: The Kedah Hawkers and Petty Traders Association is holding a four-day carnival in conjunction with the state-level hawkers and petty traders celebration.
HANDY: Smartphone application provides easy access to volunteer programmes
GEORGE TOWN: The almost century-old pipe organ at the Church of the Assumption is back after being sent to England for six months for repairs.
MEMORABLE REUNION: Shahar Effendi Abdullah Azizi, an old boy of Malay College Kuala Kangsar, recalls his student days at the exclusive school
KANGAR: Azwan Shahmie Zakaria from the School of Microelectrics Engineering was elected the new Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) Students Representative Council president for 2013/2014.
TOO LITTLE: Vegetable sellers are blaming the east coast floods for disruption in supplies and hike in prices
DOUBLE WINNER: Dominates Under-16 event in Penang Open International Junior meet
UNIQUE: Organisers of Langkawi Naturally Magikal, Kedah 2013 promise to wow audiences with an unforgettable show
MEDICAL ADVANCE: The Centre is believed to be the first of its kind in the northern region
ALOR SETAR: Kindergarten owner Doreena Mazlita Abdul Halim said her profession was a great help to her as a mother of five daughters.
STEEPED IN TRADITION: Penang Japanese Association’s Women’s Club holds annual charity festival for the 21st time
KENYALANG Park, one of the oldest housing estates in Kuching, is a special place for me.
GEORGE TOWN: Thanks to some kind folk, 110 children from less-privileged backgrounds on the mainland can look forward to going back to school next year.
ALOR STAR: Following the success of Amanita (Peace Lady) project in combating crime in residential areas where housewives were recruited to be the eyes and ears of the law, the police are now taking the programme to the next level.
GEORGE TOWN: THE 30-year-old Taman Free School wet market will be given a much-needed facelift as provided for in a RM1 million renovation plan.
IPOH: Rotary Club of Ipoh (RCI) honoured 37 staff from the Ipoh City Council's emergency unit with the Pride of Workmanship Award (POWA) for their dedication to rescue work.