GEORGE TOWN: Loo Shi Pei, who was missing from the Penang tennis scene for a couple of years, resurfaced recently and duly won a title.
GEORGE TOWN: THE Chicken Rice Shop Group has hatched yet another delectable experience for diners to “Relish”.
TAIPING: PROPERTY developer MK Land Holdings Bhd recently unveiled its new project, The Jana Kampung Living Sanctuary, here.
KUALA LUMPUR: Habib Jewels in Queensbay Mall is offering great discounts to customers until tomorrow.
GEORGE TOWN: GURNEY Paragon Mall invited 40 ATEC Academy students to join the shopping complex’s management in a Deepavali lighting ceremony.
IPOH: The state’s scrap tyre pyrolysis manufacturers in Perak are facing a permanent shutdown unless they are prepared to sit down with the state government to talk about safer pyrolysis manufacturing practices.
THE Penang government yesterday made it mandatory for all hawker fare to be prepared only by cooks who were local or had permanent resident status.
GEORGE TOWN: THERE is a whopping RM14.16mil in cumulative rent and maintenance arrears owed by over half of the residents in the People’s Housing Project (PPR) in the state, as at July this year.
BATU KAWAN: The Penang police will now be able to catch speed demons on the Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge, thanks to a courtesy patrol car provided by the bridge operator.
ALOR STAR: Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir brought cheer to some 700 Indian families from 15 parliamentary constituencies in the state by distributing Deepavali goodies to them in Seri Mentaloon here recently.
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