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A class act by Jia Qi

CAROLYN’S School of Rhythmic Gymnastics (CSRG) trainee Chong Jia Qi was all smiles after winning two gold medals in the club and team categories at the National Youth Circuit Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Series 2 in Kuantan, Pahang.


10 tips for caring for an ill person

Metro Online Broadcast ( speaks to National Cancer Council Malaysia (Makna) outreach programme facilitator Habiba Abdul Rahman on useful general tips for family and friends to keep in mind when caring for their loved one.


Precision massage to soothe sore muscles

International artiste Simon Yam is the face of Gintell’s De’Wise wisdomatic massage chair.


Doubtful Nadal rules out Australian Open glory

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rafa Nadal has downplayed his chances of winning the Australian Open, saying his back remains a concern and he lacks confidence from having little match practice in the lead-up.


U.S. has 'more tools' to put pressure on Russia - Lew

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The United States has "more tools" available to increase pressure on Russia over Ukraine, if required, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Monday.


Taking ownership of road safety

From JAYA KUMAR, Vice-president, Ground Transportation - MATTA.


Limit urban sprawl

THE world is increasingly urban. In 1900, only 10% of the world’s population lived in cities. In 2010, the figure was more than 50% and by 2050, it is expected that two out of every three people will live in cities.


Enjoy life, but live within your means, invest wisely

WHO doesn’t want to be happy now. Like right this instant.


Model with big ambitions

FOR Johor Baru lass Vivian Ong, jumping straight into the world of modelling was the first big decision she had ever made for herself.


Straining Setapak’s limited infrastructure

WITH its close proximity to the Kuala Lumpur city centre, Setapak has become prime real estate over the past several years.