Search | The Star Online



You have searched for "ships"

Showing 1-10 of 9990

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance

National para cyclists now eye bigger Asian-level competition

HAVING shown without doubt they are the best in South-East Asia, the Malaysian para cyc-lists’ next step is to conquer Asia.

These are four you Malaysia: Mohd Najib Turano is all smiles after winning his fourth gold in the track and road events.

Dam fails in Puerto Rico, 70,000 told to evacuate

San Juan (AFP) - Some 70,000 people were ordered to evacuate their homes Friday after a rain-swollen dam in Puerto Rico failed in the latest disaster caused by Hurricane Maria.

People walk across a flooded street in Juana Matos, Puerto Rico.-AFP

Windfall for local furniture makers

LOCAL furniture makers will gain after the dust settles in the aftermath of the hurricanes that hit the United States and the Caribbean region.

Higher demand: Companies that could see an increase in demand include those which have a strong customer base in the west particularly the United States.

Gold lost but lesson learned for 5-a-side football team

FAILURE to retain the 5-a-side football (visually impaired) gold medal at the Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games was a bitter pill to swallow for Malaysia.

Settling for bronze: The Malaysian 5-a-side football team (in orange) in action against Vietnam in the third-fourth playoff match at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil yesterday.

U.S. Navy carrier drills with Japanese navy amid North Korean tension

TOKYO (Reuters) - The U.S. Navy carrier Ronald Reagan is conducting drills with Japanese warships in seas south of the Korean peninsula, Japan's military said on Friday, in a show of naval power as Pyongyang threatens further nuclear and missile tests.

Kiwi Brown the one to beat at Johor triathlon race

KUALA LUMPUR: Cameron Brown, a 12-time New Zealand Ironman champion and two-time runner-up at the World Champion­ships, will be the one to beat in tomorrow’s Challenge Iskandar Puteri triathlon race in Johor Baru.

Exclusive: From Russia with fuel - North Korean ships may be undermining sanctions

MOSCOW (Reuters) - At least eight North Korean ships that left Russia with a cargo of fuel this year headed for their homeland despite declaring other destinations, a ploy that U.S. officials say is often used to undermine sanctions.

Boston startups are teaching boats to drive themselves

A small industry of startups trying to teach boats to drive themselves is emerging along the harbour.

Sea Machines Robotics' autonomous boat, Steadfast. — Bloomberg

Rescued migrants say lucky to dodge Libyan coastal clampdown

ABOARD AQUARIUS RESCUE SHIP (Reuters) - Migrants rescued in the Mediterranean last week said they had been lucky to dodge increased sea and police patrols along the Western coast of Libya that have dramatically reduced arrivals in Italy since July.

Lii Hen may receive export boost, says HLIB

KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Leong Investment Research has initiated coverage on Lii Hen Industries Bhd with a Buy call and target price of RM5.04 based on 11x FY18 core earnings per share of 45.9 sen.