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Malayan tiger now critically endangered, numbering as few as 250

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's national animal, the Malayan tiger, is being being pushed to the point of extinction.

More than 20,000 turn up for walk

GEORGE TOWN: More than 20,000 people turned up for the Penang Starwalk, with many attired in the colours of the Jalur Gemilang to mark Malaysia Day.

Paraglider left dangling from tree for two hours

PETALING JAYA: A French paraglider got more hang time than she had expected after her parachute got caught in a tree branch, leaving her dangling 24m off the ground for two hours in the Kuala Kubu Baru jungle.

Starting point: (From left) Syed Mohd Aidid, Abdul Rahman, Kamal, Wing, Yeoh, Penang MCA secretary Dr Tan Chuan Hong and Ivory Properties Group Bhd executive director Datuk Ooi Chin Loo flagging off the event.

Technician wins romantic getaway

GEORGE TOWN: Technician Alex Tan Kean Chye can now plan for a getaway with his girlfriend after he clinched the grand prize in a lucky draw at the Penang Starwalk 2014.

Words of wisdom: Wong (left) and Saifuddin writing a message on a Voices of Moderation campaign board at Taylor's University Lakeside Campus in Subang Jaya.

Voices of Moderation targets youths

PETALING JAYA: The Voices of Moderation campaign will target youths as the next step in driving moderation among Malaysians.

Environmental and cost-friendly BMW Advanced Diesel tech

Sales of BMW Advanced Diesel cars have been strong in the country, since late 2009 when BMW Group Malaysia took the bold move to be among the first automakers here to offer diesel-powered passenger cars.

Chef Debbie Teoh cooks Nyonya cuisine at Chatz Brasserie

City dwellers craving for Nyonya food need not go far in search of it as chef Debbie Teoh is cooking up authentic dishes, for the third time, at Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur.

(R) Participant, Zainoel Johari, with (centre) Kevin  Leong and (L) Mizi Banglang at the PJ RC EP Boat Merdeka Race 2014 on Saturday at the Taman Tasik Bandaran in Kelana Jaya

Fuelled by passion

FIFTY remote control (RC) boat enthusiasts had a splashing good time during the Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) “PJ RC EP Boat Merdeka Race 2014”.

The caretakers of the Ulu Yam Bharu burial ground is requesting for the ground in front of the existing site to allow more bodies to be buried there.

No more burial plots by 2020

CONTROVERSY broke out between a grieving family and caretakers of the Ulu Yam Baru cemetery late last year when a body of a woman was not allowed to be buried there.

Orangutan under threat

KOTA KINABALU: Climate change is causing a rise in temperature and the gradual destruction of plants, which are food sources to the orangutan, said Sabah Wildlife Department director Datuk Dr Laurentius Ambu.

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