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Coastal walkway in Portuguese area

Tourists visiting the Portuguese Settlement can now enjoy the breeze and scenic view at the seafront while taking a stroll along a tiled walkway.

Kampung-style Raya treat for 200 tourists

About 200 tourists had a feel of I>kampung/I>-style Hari Raya when they visited Kampung Melayu Ampang for a sumptuous treat of local delicacies and fruits at the house of a resident there.

Sabah, Sarawak and Pahang bracing for floods

Three states are bracing for floods, following heavy rains and rising waters in several flood-prone areas.

Trio slash man to death at home

A man's family watched in horror as three men repeatedly slashed him at their home in Jalan Berangan, Taman Kota Jaya here on Sunday.

Christmas expedition to Mt Kinabalu

A group of 31 University Kuala Lumpur British-Malaysian Institute (UniKL-BMI) students and staff are all set to catch the sunrise on Christmas Day at the peak of Mount Kinabalu.

Special Christmas card from PM to 1,500 Christians

An unexpected Christmas card from none other than Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi himself would bring joy to many a Christian heart and 1,500 of them are lucky enough to get it this festive season.

Over 70 aboard ferry feared dead

B>PHILIPPINES:/BOver 70 people were feared dead Monday after a ferry disappeared in rough seas in the Philippines, where rescuers have virtually given up hope of finding survivors from landslides that have claimed some 200 lives.

Season of giving starts early

FOR toy and gift manufacturers in China, Santa Claus has come a little earlier this year, bringing more generous presents than in previous years.

Sexy Santarinas giving out condoms

B>SINGAPORE:/BYoung women dressed in skimpy Santa outfits have distributed 50,000 free safe-sex stocking stuffers - condoms - to holiday shoppers in the city-state's glitzy tourism and shopping district.

Expect a wet Christmas and New Year

Malaysians can expect a wet Christmas and New Year because of the north-east monsoon, the Meteorological Services Department announced.