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The Premier Pitch, a Singapore-based sports establishment that created football facilities in Singapore, has opened a branch in Ipoh. The establishment was created by ex footballer, Paul Masefield, to enable football enthusiasts to have a game all day long and in any weather. Football fans will know Paul Masefield as the regular commentator on Astro’s [...]
International Baccalaureate diploma programme students of The Malay College Kuala Kangsar first embarked on this project in October last year. This project was first mooted by Kinta Heritage Group, a non-profit organisation based in Ipoh. The collaboration of the Malay College Kuala Kangsar and Kinta Heritage has resulted in this well-researched and high quality tourism [...]
Chief Minister of Perak, Dato’ Seri DiRaja Dr Zambry Abd Kadir praised Perak Education Department’s effort in organising a mind-mapping workshop exclusively for students from the Kinta Valley. Over a thousand school-going children attended the 3-day workshop named “EZLEARN2U” held at the Ipoh Town Hall from March 22 to 24. The programme, according to the [...]
A peaceful demonstration by a boisterous placard-holding crowd numbering around 60 on the morning of Tuesday, March 20 drew the attention of passers-by and visitors to Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun, Ipoh.
The Perak State government has been saying for the past ten years or so that it wants to make Perak the “hub of education in the country”. This has never materialised and Perak is lagging behind most of the other states in terms of education.
Three months into the season, Perak has little to show in terms of prowess. Against a technically superior Kelantan side, the Seladangs were literally gasping for the proverbial air. Predictably, the Perak team succumbed to a disappointing 2-0 defeat on its own pitch here in Ipoh on Saturday, March 17. The score left them lingering [...]
What Is Unnoticed Loss Of Vision?
In some types of glaucoma such as Primary Open Angle Glaucoma and Normal Tension Glaucoma, the visual loss occurs very slowly without the patient ever noticing
A joint expedition by American and Malaysian universities has discovered a new indigenous people living in the mountain range of Gunung Korbu, according to a secret memo seen by The Ipoh Echo.
Tenby Schools Ipoh’s annual production on Saturday March 24, was a running success judging from public response. Two shows, one at 10.00 a.m. and the other at 8.00 p.m., were held at Dewan Leong Wan Chin, Sekolah Perempuan Perak, Ipoh. Under the able guidance of Amy Crisp, 228 students, between the ages of 13 and [...]
The recently held luck draw at the Ipoh City Council building saw 230 winners taking home some very attractive prizes, compliments of the council. Those eligible for the draw paid their annual assessment bill in full by the end of February of this year. As required, the payments were made at counters within the council [...]