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World

China braces for Typhoon as Taiwan cleans up

TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Typhoon Haitang swirled towards China's southeast coast on Tuesday after killing up to six people in Taiwan, injuring 30 and wreaking damage estimated at US$41 million.

World

CORRECTED - China braces for typhoon as Taiwan cleans up

In TAIPEI/BEIJING story headlined

World

China braces for Typhoon as Taiwan cleans up

TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Typhoon Haitang swirled towards China's southeast coast on Tuesday after killing up to six people in Taiwan, injuring 30 and wreaking damage estimated at US$41 million.

World

China evacuates 600,000 after typhoon lashes Taiwan

TAIPEI (Reuters) - China evacuated over 600,000 people from coastal areas on Monday after typhoon Haitang slammed into Taiwan, killing up to four people, injuring 25 and forcing offices, schools and markets to shut across the island.

Community

Lacklustre monthly meeting

THE Petaling Jaya Municipal Council's June full council meeting was a tame affair with little solutions offered to the problems brought up by councillors.

Community

Notices for firms putting up illegal billboards

COMPANIES responsible for putting up illegal billboards will soon be served notices, said Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) president Datuk Ahmad Termizi Puteh.

Nation

Government considering rescue plans for stalled projects worth RM8b

Some 80 projects worth RM8bil are stalled due to rising costs and the Government is considering various measures to revive them.

Community

Media awards pay tribute to creativity

LAUGHTER and cheer filled the foyer of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel ballroom as the advertising fraternity rubbed shoulders with VIPs at the Malaysian Media Awards 2005 last Friday night.

Nation

Carat Malaysia strikes gold and bronze at media awards

Advertising agency Carat Malaysia walked away with both the gold and bronze awards in the Best Use of Newspapers category at the Malaysian Media Awards 2005.

Community

Boards mar view, say residents

Billboards have sprung up all over Petaling Jaya, and the LDP highway heading towards 1- Utama is a prime example. Motorists can hardly see the row of trees behind the billboards.