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2,000 protest against PAS government’s land takeover

Some 2,000 people staged a peaceful rally yesterday to protest against the decision of the PAS state government to acquire 4,046.86ha of land in Mukim Kuala Stong, Dabong, near here.

Student gets 2As instead of five

A student from SM Yok Bin here, who was congratulated for obtaining 5As in the STPM, was shocked to see his result slip showing 2As and 3Bs instead.

Inspired by mother's love

A consultant psychiatrist and analytic psychotherapist, Dr Tan Eng Kong tells CATHERINE SIOW how he helps people through his Metta Clinic.

India to get taste of M’sia chocolates

LANGKAPURA Food Industry, the sole chocolate producer in Langkawi, is ready to market its chocolates in India, the company#039;s manager Salehuddin Idris said.

Grapes don't grow on trees

I HAVE heard of lemon trees and durian trees, but to say that the grape plant is a tree (I>Star Metro/I>, March 3) is botanically incorrect. A grape vine will be more acceptable.

Driver 'forced' to pay toll charges for 2001

A lorry driver who travels daily via the North-South Expressway (PLUS) to deliver chicken feed, has complained that he was #8220;forced#8221; to pay toll charges again for the year 2001 by its staff or produce the receipts.

Elephant attacks keeper

Adun, the elephant which starred alongside Chow Yuen Fatt and Jodie Foster in the movie I>Anna and the King/Iattacked its keeper while taking a bath at the Melaka Zoo.

At one with Nature

Some really quirky art is on show at the underground gallery of Rimbun Dahan in Kuang, Selangor. The works are by Malaysian Ahmad Shukri Mohamed and Australian Jean Weiner, resident artists there over the past year. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM finds out what inspires them.

Zooming in on the truth

Artist, filmmaker and environmentalist Jo Luping, who hails from Kota Kinabalu, has made her mark in New Zealand where she spent her formative years. MUMTAJ BEGUM met Luping in Kuala Lumpur last month.

When geography is fun

It#8217;s a worldwide trend that#8217;s finally arrived in Malaysia: geocaching. STEPHEN BOEY discovers that it#8217;s not just about finding out where in the world you are, but also the journey to that spot #8211; and the good food and wonderful sights along the way.