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Business

Two-pronged approach in boosting tourism

IN the past three years, the Government has been promoting traditional and non-traditional tourism products.

Business

GHope to sell non-core firms

GOLDEN Hope Plantations Bhd, which is in the midst of a merger with Island Peninsular Bhd (IP), plans to dispose of some of its non-core operations in efforts to be more focused on palm oil-related activities.

Nation

Ministry to decide on export of elephants

A final decision on whether a dozen Borneo pygmy elephants can be sent to foreign zoos hinges on approval from the Science, Technology and Environment Ministry, said Sabah Wildlife Department deputy director Laurentius Ambu.

Nation

Curry powder does the trick for robbers

RECENT robberies in Petaling Jaya and in Ipoh involved robbers using curry powder to overpower their victims, said I>Malaysia Nanban./I>

Education

Class party winners

MORE than 950 classes from 200 schools submitted entries for the I>Best School Newspaper Awards 2003/I>. Here is the list of winners for the RM500 class parties.

Letters

Tontos a growing threat to lawmen

In the westerns, the Lone Ranger has a sidekick, Tonto, who follows him everywhere, saving his scalp whenever he gets into a scrap trying to preserve the law. In Malaysia, real-life Tontos exist, but theyhave quite the opposite role. DEVID RAJAH, who went on an operation with Road TransportDepartment officers, gives an insight into how the Tontos operate.

Nation

Boy finds mum dead at home

A teenager who noticed bloodstains in his home in Bukit Tampoi, Dengkil two days ago had his worst fears come true when his mother was later found dead there.

Nation

Selangor to ink deal with Chinese investors

Selangor will sign a deal with Chinese investors this week for a project in the state#8217;s Bio Valley at Dengkil.

Nation

Gang of lorry hijackers crippled

The activities of a lorry hijacking gang have been crippled, after police foiled their 'mission' to steal a trailer loaded with electronic components and computer parts near Dengkil.

Nation

Grandpa held over attempted rape

A man whom a seven-year-old girl addresses as I>Atuk/Ihas allegedly lured her into his house before molesting and attempting to rape her and then offering sweets to stop her from telling anyone.