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Putting a drug addict in jail simply costs the public money. What about rehabilitating him or her instead?
Two men share painful memories of the family members they were forced to leave behind along that deadly line built during WWII.
Tens of thousands gathered in Hong Kong for one of its most colourful festivals. One of the events was a dramatic climb up a 'bun tower'.
Africa's Matabele ants, fierce predators of termites, rescue their wounded soldiers and bring them back to the nest where they are 'treated', a new study shows.
In this Star2.com exclusive for World Wildlife Day (March 3), Dr Melvin T. Gumal of the Wildlife Conservation Society reminds us that animals need heroes.
What happened in Kota Baru 75 years ago today, when the Japanese arrived.
People in Kuala Lumpur heard about the Japanese landing at Kota Baru over the radio – but little did they expect air raids on the capital to begin so soon.
By giving wildlife conservation work to hunters using GPS, customs on what is deemed honourable can change to fit our times.
Penang Free School celebrates its 200th anniversary this year.