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Distance does not stop couple from voting

I. Made Sudarta and his wife Emelda live in Gurun, Kedah, but this did not stop them from making the 150km journey to the Indonesian Consulate-General's office in Penang to exercise their voting rights.


Hyundai Elevator wins battle over management control

Hyundai Elevator Co has scored an overwhelming victory over major shareholder Kumgang Korea Chemical Co (KCC) over management control of the de facto holding firm of Hyundai Group after chairwoman Hyun Jung-Eun received enough votes at the shareholders' meeting to secure a board seat.


Freedom to choose so do it wisely



On the road to safer crops

New rules adopted at the recently concluded global meeting on biosafety will chart the path towards safer handling and transportation of genetically modified crops, writes TAN CHENG LI.


In her people's service

The glitter of being crowned the first Mrs World in 1984 may have dimmed, but Bernadine Rose Senanayake is still a sought-after public figure. Having devoted much of her professional life to promoting Sri Lanka, she is currently the Sri Lankan High Commissioner to Malaysia, a role she embraces with gusto.


Strive for national unity

Writes LIM YEW CHOY of Petaling Jaya.

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‘Age catches ‘up with ‘towkay’ ‘social club

Even as the ranks of the rich swell, membership of a 108-year-old millionaires' club continues to shrink.


Your vote counts, women told

Women should exercise their voting rights in the upcoming elections to ensure that their rights and progressive status are maintained, Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz said.


PAS threatens to sue panel

PAS has threatened to take legal action against the Election Commission for sending out letters to voters seeking to confirm their addresses stated on the electoral roll.