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“Some Tenants Rent The Units For RM120 But Sublet Them For RM500 To RM600"

Did you know there are 60,000 people in Kuala Lumpur desperately waiting in line for affordable accommodation?

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Facebook User Posts About Terrorist Attack Happening 'Right Now'

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While the rest of the world is still grieving over the devastating terror attack in Manchester, UK, another is beginning to unfold halfway across the world in Marawi City, a small southern town in the Philippines.

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What Are The Headlines Today?

The English Dailies today reports on the Manchester bombing incident at an Ariana Grande concert, and the National Trasnformation Programme annual report presented by Prime Minister Najib Razak.

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Why Michelle Yeoh’s “Chinese Malaysian” Accent In Star Trek Made A Fan Cry

It is a proud moment for all Malaysians to see our very own Ipoh-born actress playing the lead role for Star Trek: Discovery.

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Roger Moore, Sultan of Self-Deprecation

Roger Moore in his dressing room at Elstree Studios during an interview with a reporter in 1968. Throughout his long career, the suave British actor—who died at age 89—refused to take himself too seriously.

If the only work of Roger Moore’s you’ve encountered is his 12-year stint playing the British super-spy James Bond, rest assured you’re not missing much. This isn’t as callous as it sounds: Moore himself, who died on Tuesday at the age of 89, was the first person to assert that his range as an actor was limited, and that he shaped his characters into himself rather than the other way around.

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“They Come Here And Spend At Least RM1,000,” Says Durian Seller

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Our Malaysian durians made international headlines recently when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak got China to agree to allow the export of fresh durians into their country.

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PKR Backs Azmin In Handling PAS Exco Issue

KUALA LUMPUR: PKR has backed its deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin over the continued presence of three Pas state exco’s in the state administration.

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Psy Shelves ‘Gangnam Style’ And Returns To Roots

SOUTH Korean rapper Psy has gone back to basics with his eighth full-length album, paying greater attention to his home fans while doing what he loves most – “going crazy” on stage.

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'Conspiracy Theory' About Avril Lavigne's Death Is A Hoax -- But Creepily Believable

A bizarre conspiracy theory claiming that pop star Avril Lavigne is long dead and was replaced by a lookalike has been making the rounds online.

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Yishun Neighbours Upgrade 'Wall' With Cacti And Durian Husks To Keep Out Urine Splashing Auntie

Two families decided to spruce up a 'wall' constructed to keep a urine splashing auntie out, by adding cacti and durian husks to the structure.

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