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Thursday, 7th September 2017. Back to Basics - Reflect, Restrategise, Recharge. Click to find out more!
Yesterday, Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng apologised for a lack of action to help Sungai Lembu villagers despite numerous complaints about a polluting and illegal carbon filter factory in their backyard. The apology revealed Pakatan-led Penang state government’s policy of not demolishing or closing down illegal structures or businesses that existed before it took over in 2008. This followed from the arrest of Penang State Exco member, by the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission. Caught in the political tussle between supports and detractors of the state government was the state assemblywoman who had lobbied on behalf of villagers. Today we get her side of the story.
The recent news of a student ramming down a motorcycle-riding snatch thief with a car divided opinions among netizens. Because the alleged perpetrator died on the spot, the student, who is also the snatch theft victim, has been charged with culpable homicide. While some have commended the victims action, others say we can’t take justice into our own hands. Safety activist Captain K. Bala returns to give us a few tips on how to respond if we ever find ourselves in a compromising situation like this.
Rolls-Royce is a brand associated with the pinnacle of luxury and prestige. We catch up with Paul Harris, Asia Pacific Regional Director of Rolls Royce Cars; on how the brand is evolving in the region, and maintaining leadership in the top end of the market.
Bar None is back, and just in time for the exciting KL'17 SEA Games! Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be focusing on the ins and outs of the games, bringing you the latest updates and highlights as we cheer on our Malaysian heroes. Opening up the season two, Sin Li Jane - one of our bright stars of the team - is definitely not a stranger to the sporting world, being picked up professional during her teenage years. She recently etched her name in Malaysia's history books by becoming the first Malaysian champions in the Professional Women's Bowling Association (PWBA) Tour. Currently ranked #19 in the world, she joins us as she previews the SEA Games, explore Malaysia's bowling dominance on the world stage, and bring us behind-the-scenes as they prepare for the regional championships.This programme is brought to you by Mah Sing.
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