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Category: Cover Story
The 13th General Election held on Sunday May 5, referred to as “The Mother of All Elections”, registered a very high voter turnout of about 84 per cent nationwide.
The day of reckoning is here, specifically on May 5, the day Malaysians throughout the country go to the polls
Where youth used to hang out at ‘mamak’ stalls and meeting friends, today they’re more likely to gather at Chatime, Bo Eight Tea, Gong Cha, SnowDream and Black Ball. What do these brands have in common?
The recently-concluded Sultan Azlan Shah Cup (SASC) International Hockey Tournament, the 22nd in the series, was considered the best ever edition of the annual game
By James Gough
Stories and reports about the cleanliness and rubbish about Ipoh are two consistent topics that has never failed to make it into the newspapers every week for the past two years
Almost a year ago IE carried a report on the developments in Ipoh entitled ‘Shining Through: Ipoh’s Heritage Spirit. (IE141/ April 16 2012) in which we described the few developments which were beginning to change and influence the mood about Ipoh town, specifically the Old and New Town area. Back then we covered Old Town [...]
In Issue 146 (July 1-15, 2012) Ipoh Echo featured a story on massive flooding earlier in the year. With the extended rainy season, residents living in the affected areas
Badan Warisan Malaysia or the Malaysian Heritage Body, an NGO that promotes the preservation and conservation of Malaysia’s built heritage, paid a visit recently to the former Malim Nawar Power Station (MNPS). According to Puan Sri Datin Elizabeth Moggie, Council Member of Badan Warisan Malaysia, the NGO had forwarded their interest to TNB to visit [...]
Vivian Tan was home for Christmas from Melbourne after graduation. It was a Friday night when she and a friend entered Barbeza. Lips the bartender greeted them with “Vivian! Want to make friends? There’s an event happening inside. Quick! Go join!” She laughed and brushed Lip’s idea off. At that point all she wanted was [...]
At 3am on a Sunday morning, after clubbing at shoulder packed S.O.S. Club, Digi’tal DJ (Ipoh’s most celebrated DJ) and I sat at Nasi Vanggey, Greentown, pondering the demographics of clubbing in Ipoh