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Spy vs. Spy

In a world gone bonkers, espionage takes precedence in topping the competition. Just look at the US and China today.

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On a knife edge

Track records and predictability count for little in what could be the most turbulent state polls in Sabah’s history.

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Wine and wonder in the Bible

A PILGRIMAGE to Jerusalem, the holy land of Christians, wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Church of Cana, more popularly known as the Wedding Church.

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Leave your hat on

Lives lost and families destroyed are everyday scenery here. And they’re all paid for the price of ignoring basic safety rules.

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Tear-jerker with a twist

I’M not one for heartbreak movies. In fact, I can’t fathom the idea of sitting in a cinema bawling away and drawing unwanted attention to my sensitive side.

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Keep our backyard safe

DESPITE the continuous news reports of the South China Sea being a flash point between the United States and China, most Malaysians would regard the place remote, if not inconsequential.

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Celluloid heroes

THE imagery for those of us weaned on American-made westerns is clear – the good guys were always the cowboys. The white men, I mean.

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Amphibious ambitions aplenty

IF there’s one thing common among Sabah politicians, it’s them having belonged to more than one party. In fact, one even has the incredulous record of joining six.

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Raised on rubber

MALAYSIAN businessman Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai is certainly the man of the hour. He is going places no Malaysian tycoons have.

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Killer on the loose

THE reason for my father’s passing, as detailed in his death certificate, is septicaemia. It means serious blood stream infection caused by bacterial contamination in its host.

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Dicing with danger

Encouraging stats of Covid-19 cases could easily cause a catastrophe if we neglect being careful, so let’s not undo our frontliners’ hard work.

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Predictable outcome

The rumblings of a return to power are gaining momentum, but a foundation is rarely built on shaky ground.

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