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Letting their fingers do the talking

Instant messaging has superceded phone calls and e-mail as the top model of communication among young people, reports ELLEN EDWARDS.

I was recorded in spy camera, testifies Nasha

Actress/ model Nasha Aziz confirmed that she was the woman in a videotape that was recorded using a hidden camera in her apartment last year.

Tougher laws passed to battle SARS

PARLIAMENT has passed tougher laws to contain the SARS scourge in a session marked by emotion and a precedent set by several members who addressed the chamber via a video link-up.

Hard times ahead for travel agencies

TRAVEL agents are catching a chill this spring following the decision to cut the week long Labour Day holiday to five days and the imposition of a ban on cross-region travel.

Journalists' families worry for their safety

For the family of RTM cameraman Omar Salleh, one of the three Malaysian journalists abducted in Iraq, yesterday was an emotional roller coaster.

Caution over Chinese students going home

CHINESE nationals returning to local private colleges were not made to undergo any medical test upon arrival nor quarantined before being allowed to go back to their campuses. However, upon arrival at the KL International Airport, they were made to fill up a medical declaration form.

SMS drawing growing number of subscribers

JIA Li, a white-collar worker in the northwestern province of Gansu, received four short messages on her mobile phone #8211; and made prompt replies to each in just five minutes.

Don't visit China, official tells Taiwanese

B>TAIPEI:/BThe head of Taiwan's health department warned yesterday against non-essential visits to China, as authorities tried to determine whether three Taiwanese hospitalised with flu-like symptoms contracted the deadly atypical pneumonia that has spread through Asia.

Case study No. 2

Outcry halts zoo’s rebranding plan

THE Singapore Zoological Gardens is sticking with its name for now. The zoo said 'public feedback' prompted the change of heart.