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Hilux Improvement 2012 Order Taking Starts August 2012

UMW Toyota Motor announced the order taking of the Toyota Hilux Improvement 2012 will start on 13th August 2012 onwards. Below is the summary of the estimated On-The Road price (OTR), colours that are available and optional accessory for the Toyota Hilux Improvement 2012 variants.

Customers may also contact UMW Toyota Motor’s free phone line 1-800-8-TOYOTA (869682) for further information or assistance.   

Astro Celebrates The Best of 1Malaysia with 56 New Premiers

Astro celebrates the best of Malaysia with over 160 titles of which 56 are new premieres across various channels on our platform in conjunction with Malaysia’s 55th Independence day celebrations. The NEGARAKU campaign which will run from 15 August to 17 September, 2012 will include a new dedicated channel, My Hometown (Channel 318) celebrating Malaysian hometowns featuring videos submitted by Malaysians nationwide.


Vincent De Paul, Vice President, News, Content Group, Astro said “Astro brings the best of Malaysia through a wide variety of content, on air and online to match the diverse taste of our viewers this Merdeka. Young and old, city or ‘kampung’ all Malaysians will find their favorites amongst the programmes offered through our strong partnerships with global media networks alongside our own local channels to celebrate the Merdeka spirit”



From 15 August to 17 September 2012, Malaysians will have the opportunity to catch premiere local titles such as ‘Era Kegemilangan Sukan Ne…

Emergency Action Force of Malaysia - PTCM

Undoubtedly, sliding down a fire pole has got to be on the must-do-before-I-die list for many individuals; or at the very least, the ultimate playground equipment for children having watched Mickey’s Fire Brigade since 1935. But even a simple two-storey fixture can become dangerous if one does not know how to descend properly, resulting in fractures or broken appendages.

This was one of the few commonly overlooked lessons volunteers learnt at the first training session held by the Emergency Action Force of Malaysia, or PTCM, at Bandar Puchong Jaya’s Fire Department. PTCM serves as Malaysia’s very own rescue team in the event of unforeseeable catastrophes. This first training session held for the Petaling Jaya faction sought to equip willing civilians with the right knowledge to fight flames in the event of a blazing calamity.
“Malaysia has state-of-the-art facilities when it comes to emergencies. However, we must also acknowledge the fact that it takes time for authorities to arrive at…