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Weekly review of permits for open burning

Sarawak Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) will review permits to carry out open burning on a weekly basis if the current hot and dry spell continues.

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Hot weather to last till September

The current hot weather in most parts of the Klang Valley is expected to last until September due to the south-west monsoon.

Lifestyle

Oh, the malodorous smell of humanity!

Using public transport can be an ordeal because of it and it is the reason why people are shunned - but no one wants to talk about body odour, commonly known as BO. MENG YEW CHOONG sniffs around this unmentionable problem.

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Photo session an apt finale before the closing event

National Service Diary

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Kelantan folk suffering from critical water shortage

About 5,000 residents from five villages in Kelantan have resorted to taking water from wells and rivers for their daily needs, as the state is facing a critical shortage of water.

Other Sport

Pakistan foresee another poor response in final Test

India's first major cricket tour of Pakistan in almost 15 years has followed such a near-perfect script that fans are losing interest in it.

Lifestyle

How do you want your garden?

Outdoor living is a fad fast catching on in our developing society. There are many reasons why outdoor living is charming and exciting, but one thing is for sure #8211; our tropical climate is made for it.

Other Sport

Schumacher captures 72nd Grand Prix

B>LATEST:/BMichael Schumacher made it two wins in two races this year with Sunday's victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix _ a huge turnaround from the start of last season, when he failed to make the podium the first three times out.

Other Sport

Ralf: Heat an advantage for Ferrari’s rivals

Ferrari hit the ground running in the opening round of the World F1 Championships in Melbourne with Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello leaving their rivals well behind for a 1-2 finish two weeks ago. But Williams-BMW's Ralf Schumacher believes that the red cars will not have it easy in the second race of the championships - the Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang on Sunday.

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Feeling worn out but it’s still fun

National Service diary by LILY ISMAIL.