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Rafting at Jeram Besu

What do you do on a rafting trip when the water level's low and the adrenalin's barely pumping? LEE SIEW PENG and a few newfound friends hit the water and have fun anyway.

Nation

Hui’s concert a boost for tourism

The upcoming Sam Hui Live in Malaysia 2005 concert will be a boost to tourism in Malaysia. Deputy Culture, Arts and Heritage Minister Datuk Wong Kam Hoong said it was likely that members of Chinese communities in neighbouring countries like Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei would come for the one-night-only concert.

Nation

Jackie's son, Jaycee Chan is in town

Being the son of Hong Kong legend Jackie Chan means creating a stir wherever you go and this certainly applies to Jaycee Chan.

Business

WangZheng shares oversubscribed 1.4 times

WANGZHENG Bhd's public share issue and offer for sale has been oversubscribed 1.4 times.

Lifestyle

A return to nature

Why not get away for a short break in the country this weekend? LEE SIEW PENG escapes to Benta for some good ol' kampung living.

Other Sport

Spain's Checa grabs pole position in Qatar GP

Spain's Carlos Checa took pole position in the Qatar motorcycling Grand Prix at the brand new circuit here yesterday for this 13th round of the 16-race world championship.

Business

Tokyo stocks close lower Tuesday, $US higher against yen

The benchmark Nikkei Stock Average of 225 issues closed down 43.75 points, or 0.40 percent, at 10,815.57 points.

Lifestyle

The English these days!

'BEING English-educated has its pitfalls. When I asked my lawyer to prepare for me a tenancy agreement, she deemed it fit to describe my property as the 'Demised Premises'', writes THE TWISTED TONGUE.

Business

Manufacturing sales at RM33.7b

SALES of Malaysian manufactured goods edged up marginally in June despite an economic outlook that is increasingly clouded by expectations of slower growth in the second half of the year.

ASEAN+

Fierce competition pushing airfares down

AIRFARES have hit a new low, and not just among budget carriers. When SA Tours Mega Travel Sale opened at 10am yesterday, a total of 25 pairs of return tickets to Tokyo were up for grabs for the first 25 buyers - at S$25 (RM55) per person for travel between Sept 1 and Nov 17.