He even buys backdated copies
TNP Bonus Challenge winner never misses any issue of the paper
Taxi driver Rohzaini Suib, 41, never misses a copy of The New Paper.
Having to work from 6pm to 6am, he would even buy backdated copies of TNP at petrol kiosks in the morning if he didn't manage to grab a copy the day before.
Yesterday, the loyal reader was one of two TNP Bonus Challenge winners of $100 cash. His wife, Madam Nuraishah Osman, 42, collected the prize on his behalf as he was at work.
The housewife said: "He passed me a copy of the paper this morning and I was surprised to find out that we won.
"I was not a TNP reader but I've been converted by my husband in the past few years. I like the stories because they are short and simple."
Another winner was security officer Hassan Basri Ahmad, 60. He is also a loyal reader who has been reading TNP since it started in 1988.
To increase his chances of winning in the TNP Bonus Challenge, he would buy up to eight copies of the paper on Monday so he can collect more Bonus Challenge Cards.
He passes the extra copies of TNP to colleagues who wish to read the paper.
"I would buy the paper to read anyway, so I thought it would be fun to join the competition," he said.
Mr Hassan added that he takes his wife to eat sup tulang (mutton bone soup) at Tekka Market to celebrate his win.
HOW TO PLAY
To play, simply buy a copy of TNP with a Bonus Challenge Card every Monday from now till Dec 21.
Match the numbers on the card against six daily digits printed in TNP from Tuesday to Sunday.
Complete any vertical row of numbers and claim your prize on that row by answering a simple question on the spot.
Answers to these questions can be found in TNP together with the day's numbers.
Other prizes up for grabs include an iPad Mini 3 and a Mini folding bike.
There were no winners for the jackpot cash, iPad and bike yesterday. The cash prize will snowball to $2,000 today.