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No info on those behind jumbo deaths despite reward

TELUPID: Despite the reward of RM120,000, no one has come forth with any information on the culprits who caused the deaths of 25 Borneo pygmy elephants in the state this year.

Elephant deaths: Sabah offers RM120,000 reward to catch poachers

TELUPID: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) is offering a reward of RM120,000 for any information that would lead to the arrests of poachers or people setting up snare traps in the state.

A penetrating wound was found near the female elephant's temple area.

Suria FM and 988 DJs join in the fun

PETALING JAYA: Suria FM DJ Sharifah Shahirah is looking forward to spending quality time with her family during the #AnakAnakMalay­sia Walk.

Raring to go: 988 DJs Fish (left) and Cassey are excited to join the walk.
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Fiercely ambitious

YOUNG Syefura Othman, or more affectionately known as Rara, is one of three Malay assemblywomen elected under DAP’s banner during GE14.

On the ground: Young Syefura “Rara” Othman steadfastly fulfilling her duties as an elected representative. Photos by Joe Kit Young/KRA Group
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Marina Mahathir shares her GE14 campaigning experience on FB

"So thank you, my fellow Malaysians. It was awesome riding along with you on this epic journey. We now have a lot of work to do to rebuild our beloved Malaysia and make and sustain the change we want. But after seeing the way we all worked together before and during the campaign, I have no doubt that we can do it." Here is Marina Mahathir's full post that was shared on her Facebook page on Tuesday (May 15) evening.

Unfazed by the challenge

BENTONG: Young Syefura Othman (pic), DAP’s fresh-faced candidate for the Ketari state seat here, is unfazed by the challenge of standing in the election as a first-timer.

‘Virtual Currency Girls’ debut in Japan

TOKYO: Japan’s latest “idol” band, the Virtual Currency Girls, took to the stage for their debut concert to educate the public about cryptocurrencies – playing to frenzied fans waving their arms and chanting together.

Not your typical band: The ‘Virtual Currency Girls’ performing at their debut stage event in Tokyo. — Reuters

Japan’s ‘Virtual Currency Girls’ debut to fan frenzy

TOKYO: Japan’s latest “idol” band, the Virtual Currency Girls, took to the stage for their debut concert Friday to educate the public about cryptocurrencies -- playing to frenzied fans waving their arms and chanting together.

Female idol group Kasotsuka Shojo (Virtual Currency Girls), produced by Japanese idol agency Cinderella Academy, pose on stage in Tokyo on January 12, 2018. -AFP

Stray dogs captured in Kuching

The Sarawak government has embarked on a mass stray removal operation to capture free-roaming dogs around Kuching as it intensifies efforts to curb rabies outbreak.

Suspected poachers make violent escape, but were nabbed anyway

KOTA KINABALU: Two suspected poachers were arrested near the Rara Forest Reserve in Tawau, one day after they rammed through a roadblock mounted by the Forestry Department.

A cracked windscreen on a forestry department vehicle.

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