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Lifestyle

Summer love

Waves of earth-and-ocean tones wash over the Island Shop seasonal collection while Tangs Studio roars sex kitten with skimpy and body-clinging pieces.

Lifestyle

Cut from spring’s cloth

A retro riot of colours, prints and appliquéd pieces from Christian Lacroix assails LI EE KEE's senses in a show fit for birds and butterflies.

Nation

Wanted man found killed

A man, wanted by the police in connection with an attempted murder and several other criminal cases, was found dead Saturday with multiple slash wounds in his house here.

Lifestyle

Different yet alike

Penang and Singapore may have much in common in terms of culture and history but there's still much that both islands can offer each other. LIM AI LEE tells the tale of two cities.

AseanPlus News

Vandal turns mural artist to atone for offence

A 17-YEAR-OLD vandal caught spray-painting graffiti on a canal wall is now a mural artist, painting the walls of a home for the intellectually disabled to atone for his offence.

Lifestyle

The problem of plurals

PLURALS, easy. You just add an '-s' or '-es' to the end of the word. If only this were always so. But there's an obstinate class of words that takes other forms.

Nation

Put toilet wastes to good use, says minister

Waste from toilets could be regenerated as fertiliser through good biotechnology and environmental know-how, said Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew.

Other Sport

Houllier gets 'quit Liverpool or you will die' threats

Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier received an anonymous death threat in the post last month, British media reported.

Other Sport

Carragher urges Liverpool fans to give manager a chance

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has urged the club's supporters to 'reserve judgment' on manager Gerard Houllier until the end of the season.

Lifestyle

LV springs into action

The Louis Vuitton woman will stroll through spring garbed as either screen siren circa 1950s or a latterday Cleopatra, reports KEE HUA CHEE who sneaked into the media presentation for the Hong Kong and China press in Hong Kong recently.