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Covers extensive topics and issues such as politics, crime, accidents, court, community news, human interest, feature, and environment.
THINK love, not hate, because it is important for the people of Perak to maintain peace and harmony between all races and avoid conflicts, says Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir. Speaking to a hall full of Bidor residents comprising Chinese, Malay, Indian and orang asli folk, he said it would be difficult to foster love among each other if people were full of hate.
DOGS may be widely regarded as “man’s best friend”, but to some of the residents of Lembah Perpaduan Permai in Ulu Kinta, they are becoming more of a terrifying nuisance. During early mornings and evenings, residents who travel in and out of the residential area using Jalan Lembah Perpaduan 3 have to tread with fear and worry due to the presence of some 10 to 15 stray dogs.
THE WEATHER was perfect on a Sunday morning when the roads in the city centre of Ipoh came to life in what was dubbed the country’s largest cultural parade. Crowds of spectators started to gather as early as 7.30am, hoping to witness the Ipoh Cultural Parade 2017, which was organised by Perak Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCCI) in cooperation with Tourism Perak and the state government.
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