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The Thai link in poaching

Thong De, one of the two Thai poachers caught stealing gaharu at the Endau-Rompin National Park last month, is no ordinary poacher.


From poacher to farmer

A former agarwood poacher, who now farms for a living, shares his tale with HILARY CHIEW.


Pak Lah: Perks to woo our overseas-trained graduates

Better financial perks, favourable retirement age and terms of contract will be provided to lure back the estimated 30,000 Malaysian graduates working overseas.

AseanPlus News

Plane and pilot shortage

BUDGET airlines around the region, rushing to take to the skies this year, could run into some turbulence in their search for aircraft and pilots.


Save the peat forest

Visit a swamp? Why would anyone want to do that? Well, how about the chance to see hornbills, kingfishers, bears and leopards? And also help protect our water supply and prevent haze in the process? ANDREW SIA visits Pahang#8217;s swamps and discovers fascinating black jewels.

Other Sport

Velappan plays down fears over Asian Cup no-shows

Asian football chief Peter Velappan has dismissed fears that the absence of several star players will take the shine off the continent's showpiece tournament, the Asian Cup.


The joys of Domestic Science


Other Sport

Asia Cup loses star appeal

Injuries and the Athens Olympics are threatening to deprive the Asian Cup of star quality ahead of the prestigious tournament's kick-off in China next week.


Heron surprise near landfill

The Selayang landfill might be closed to protect a newly discovered heron breeding site, believed to be the largest in Selangor and the second largest in the peninsula.


Property deals to drive mergers

Property and utility deals and a soggy market for initial public offerings are expected to drive Australian mergers and acquisitions in the second half of 2004, after activity rocketed to $42bil in the first six months.