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Radical plan to revive MAS

PETALING JAYA: Khazanah Nasional Bhd has unveiled a radical plan to revive the ailing Malaysia Airlines that calls for job cuts, a capital injection of up to RM6bil and creation of a new company (Newco) to carry the airline business.

Two brothers feared drowned after falling into river

SUNGAI SIPUT: Two siblings are reported missing after they were believed to have fallen into the Perak River and swept away near Batu Musafat, Bekut here.

Cover girl: A video screen grab of Tan recording her version of Tanggal 31.

Tanggal 31 cover version goes viral

PETALING JAYA: Elizabeth Tan, the 20-year-old singer behind the cover of the late Datuk Sudirman Arshad’s hit Tanggal 31, did not anticipate her rendition going viral on YouTube and social media networks.

effort: (from left) Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss, Liow and China’s Vice-Transport Minister He Jianzhong speaking during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra. — EPA

Possible MH370 locations identified

CANBERRA: The painstaking search for Flight MH370 continues with 58 possible locations identified within the current search area.

Big win for The Star Media Group

SINGAPORE: The Star Media Group bagged three prizes at The Spark Awards for Media Excellence here.

A group choir of Sabah Credit Corporation in their Sabah ethnic traditional costumes raising Jalur Gemilang during the Flag Raising Campaign inconjunction with the launching of Merdeka Day celebration in Kota Kinabalu. - NORMIMIE DIUN/The Star

Getting historical facts right

I’m proud that Sabah was one of the countries to form Malaysia, as opposed to joining Malaysia.

PM delivers poetic message

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has chosen to deliver a poetic Merdeka Day message in the form of a sajak on YouTube.

Significant find: The 'Charopa lafargei' was found in the northernmost part of Gunung Kanthan in Ipoh.

New snail species found

IPOH: A new species of snail has been discovered in Perak and named after the cement company quarrying the hill it was found on.

Chong Wei strolls into semis with easy win over Zhengming

COPENHAGEN: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei had expected a huge fight from former world junior champion Wang Zhengming of China in the quarter-finals of the World Championships. But it turned out to be a one-sided affair.

New medicine for ailing MAS

FOR the first time ever, a government-linked company (GLC) will lay off workers and renegotiate contracts with suppliers and employees – a move that will obliterate the view that companies owned by the Government provide steady employment and are safe paymasters.

‘Emulate Sabah and Sarawak’

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians in the peninsula should emulate the unity of those living in Sabah and Sarawak for a more peaceful and harmonious country.

French, British police hunt 'kidnapped' brain tumour boy

RENNES, France: British and French authorities are racing against the clock on Friday to find a five-year-boy with a brain tumour whom officials in France believe was "kidnapped" from hospital by his family.

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