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Landslide at major road as flash floods hit KL centre

Areas affected include Segambut Indah, Sungai Penchala and the Central Market area towards Brickfields.

All schools in KL to reopen while 57 in Selangor remain...

The schools that remain closed are in Kuala Langat and Klang, Selangor.

11 spots in KL with a bustling nightlife

From Changkat Bukit Bintang to Petaling Street and Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur's nightlife caters to foodies, drinkers and those seeking live music.

Shorter buses begin operations in KL today

They will provide 21 trips between Ampang Point and Bukit Indah.

Program tempatkan polis di masjid WP disambut baik

Ia mampu mengekang kejadian jenayah terutamanya di masjid agar jemaah merasa tenteram dan selamat ketika beribadah.

Hugo’s KL revives the tradition of tiffin-set meals this Iftar

Not only is dinner served in a tiffin-set, guests are gifted with a three-levelled one to take home.

Win complimentary tickets to The Aftermath today

Win tickets to 'The Aftermath' and beat all others when you watch the special sneak preview held in your honour on March 20 - thanks to 20th Century Fox.

Tugu Negara: Remembering our fallen heroes

Since the end of Word War I, Remembrance Day ceremonies are held every year at the National Monument to commemorate armed forces personnel who died in the line of duty.

Underrated forest trail at Taman Tugu is certainly worth a visit

The park is a 66-acre green-lung in the middle of Kuala Lumpur and is an urban forest park open to the public.

Himpunan ICERD: Singapura ingatkan warganya jauhi KL

Singapura mengeluarkan Nasihat Perjalanan supaya rakyatnya menangguhkan perjalanan yang tidak perlu ke KL kerana 'perhimpunan besar-besaran' dijangka diadakan esok.

Hugely satisfying beef noodles at Sg Petani taxi station

Started in 1950, the stall is still going strong today, dishing out the same, rich and flavourful broth to delighted customers.

No more clamping of cars in KL from Nov 1, confirms...

Khalid Samad says City Hall may have to compensate company for ending contract early.

Strapped for cash? Here’s how to cut corners

You don't have to live the life of a pauper just because the money on hand is limited. There are still many creative and fascinating ways to save.

Malaysian wins Asia Pacific Poetry Slam in Singapore

Azam Rais wins top spot for his poems 'Stutter', 'Power' and 'Whore', while fellow Malaysian, Kimchi Lai takes second runner-up place.

BNM Governor: Effective policy-making needs global perspective

Shamsiah Mohd Yunus says central banks cannot function in isolation and must cooperate with each other at the national, regional and international levels.

Deal to sell SPLASH to Selangor govt for RM2.55 bil

Air Selangor will pay RM1.9 billion upfront and the balance in nine annual instalments.

4 more die of methanol poisoning in Selangor, KL

This brings the latest death toll to 37.

Yap Ah Loy should be remembered for developing KL, says family

His descendants hope the authorities will consider renaming Medan Pasar as Yap Ah Loy Square in honour of the third Kapitan China.

5 leading startups from Kuching to take notice of

Here are some of Kuching’s homegrown and up-and-coming enterprises set to make a difference in the business world.

For steamed fish done two ways, its got to be Chong...

And by 'fish head', you actually get the entire head of the fish as well as half the fish's body prepared either with ginger and garlic or fermented soya bean.

Pulau Rawa: Malaysia’s answer to the Maldives

Pulau Rawa's white sandy beaches, lush marine life and breathtaking flora and fauna make it an idyllic getaway for couples young and old as well as families.

Mak’s stir-fried prawns bring out the child in you

Whether you're still a happy-go-lucky single or parents with a full brood, Mak's special stir-fry prawns will bring out the child in you.

Foods that can satisfy your hunger quickly

Foods high in protein, fibre and water are just the thing to satisfy your hunger and keep you feeling full for longer.

23 statistics about money that will make you think

From insurance coverage, to spending habits to whether we have enough savings to retire on, these questions could be a much-needed wake-up call.