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Chinese-Malay business nails success with 'Nasi Paku'

By MOHD FAKRI AWANG LAH

KOTA BHARU, Aug 21 – The 1.5in metal nail which is used to secure the Sumatran rice and dishes packed in paper and sold at Kedai Makan Nasi Sumatera Hj Ismail shared by Foo Chiak Leong, 48 and Muhammad Yusuf Ismail, 30, is akin to the trust that binds the second-generation proprietors.

Seremban City Council : State govt studying legal implications - MB

SEREMBAN, Aug 21 -- The state government is studying the legal and regulatory implications of merging the Seremban Municipal Council (MPS) and Nilai Municipal Council (MPN) to enable the establishment of the Seremban City Council on January 1, next year.

TFC II comes back to win in Challenge Cup

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 21 -- Premier League team, Terengganu FC II (TFC II) comes back to win in the Challenge Cup competition after overcoming Selangor United 3-2 in the Group B action at the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium, near here today.

Drug addicts still afraid of seeking treatment voluntarily - NADA DG

IPOH, Aug 21 -- The number of drug addicts who voluntarily seek treatment from the National Anti-Drug Agency (NADA) is still low, in part due to the stigma of the community.

Body of man found floating at water village in Tawau

TAWAU, Aug 21 -- The body of a man was found floating near a bridge at a water village in Kampung Hidayat Batu 4, Jalan Apas here today.

Social Welfare Dept looking for parents, next of kin of baby found at Jalan Dusun Muda

KOTA BHARU, Aug 21 -- The Child Protection Division of the Kota Bharu Social Welfare Office here is looking for the family of a baby girl who was found without any documents at Jalan Dusun Muda here last July 22.

Bersatu in favour of Lynas continuing operations - Supreme Council member

KUANTAN, Aug 21 -- Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) is in favour of Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Lynas) continuing operations of its rare earth plant in Gebeng here because of the huge investment it brought to the country, said the party’s Supreme Council (MT) member Wan Saiful Wan Jan.