METRO: SOUTH & EASTFriday, May 24, 2013
JOHOR BARU: A new housing development has been set up in Batu Pahat offering attractive bargains for double storey and single storey houses.
MALACCA: Participants of Ipoh International Starwalk 2013 could look forward to packets of healthy Julie’s Fruits More Sultana Biscuits as part of the goodies distributed during the event.
Visitors to the Palm Portraits photography exhibition currently being held at One World Hotel, Selangor, will get to view a collection of creative, original photographs on the palm oil industry, as seen through the eyes of photography enthusiasts and the public.
PONTIAN: Four people died after a car carrying five Indonesians collided with a factory bus along KM66.5 along Jalan Pontian-Batu Pahat near SK Api-Api here.
JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean trader was sentenced to a week in jail and slapped with fine of RM5,000 by a Magistrate Court after he admitted guilty to ramming into a police escort accompanying the Johor Sultan.
JOHOR BARU: KPJ Bhd has targeted to generate a gross national income (GNI) of more than RM1.32bil from all 23 KPJ hospitals around the country throughout the year.
KULAIJAYA: Hundreds of local workers held a strike outside a Japanese electronics factory at the Senai Industrial Park here in protest of low salary despite working there for 20 years.
KULAIJAYA: A housewife is hoping that the Education Ministry will grant her daughter a chance to enter Matriculation with her straight As result after being denied the chance in its first batch of intake.
MALACCA: The historic city is poised to witness a busy week ahead as the Seck Kia Eenh (SKE) Buddhist Temple here in Jalan Gajah Berang is gearing up for a week long celebration in conjunction with Wesak Day on Friday.
MALACCA: Hollywood is literally in Malacca through an intriguing exhibition being held at the Bastion House currently.