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Voters in tsunami-hit zone feel let down as Japan election nears

IWAKI/KAMAISHI, Japan (Reuters) - Three weeks before Japan's first national election since the March 2011 earthquake, none of the contenders has managed to win the hearts, and votes, of those hardest-hit by the disaster - with many feeling let down by the entire political class.

New witness takes stand in Ng Boon Gay’s case

AFTER four days of intense cross-examination by the prosecution, former anti-narcotics chief Ng Boon Gay left the witness stand to make way for another witness.

Busy week ahead in the Klang Valley

PETALING JAYA: The coming week is set to be a busy one with many national events lined up in the Klang Valley.hr noshade size=-1 width=70%>

Downward pressure remains

MARKET WATCH - By CECILIA KOK

LED man lights up Suria KLCC

KUALA LUMPUR: Suria KLCC is already alight with Christmas decorations, but a peculiar light display on the Esplanade deck caught everyones eye.

A Christmas story

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A Christmas story

Nothing beats getting a book to browse and treasure. Take your pick of MPH's varied selections, which come with an exclusive discount.

1Malaysia sale kicks off with a bang at Sunway Pyramid

THE beating of drums, roaring trumpets, soothing vocal melodies and a psyched-up dance celebrated the launch of the annual 1Malaysia Year End Sale (1MYES) by Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen, Sunway Group founder and chairman Tan Sri Dr Jeffrey Cheah and more than 150 invited international guests.

Foundation holds symposium to educate cancer survivors

ACCORDING to Pink Ribbon Wellness Foundation, the only way to fight breast cancer is through education.

Global shares set for weekly gain as outlook improves

SINGAPORE: Asian shares marked time on Friday but were on course for a weekly gain of nearly 2 percent, after manufacturing surveys from China and the United States raised hopes that the global growth outlook is improving at last.