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Nicol gets cash and two apartments worth RM360,000

Squash queen Nicol David has earned herself two medium-cost apartment units worth RM360,000 and RM30,000 in cash following her success at the World Open squash championship in Hong Kong last week.


Najib wants athletes to train abroad

Local professional athletes should emulate World No 1 woman squash player Nicol David by training overseas to get the real feel of competition and to excel in their respective disciplines, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


Perlis ex-Davis Cuppers honoured

B>F/B>OUR former Perlis tennis players were honoured during a welcoming dinner hosted by the Perlis government at the Warisan Negeri Hall in Kangar recently in conjunction with the 25th annual Tuanku Syed Putra Milo-Junior International tennis championships.


Female athletes rise to the challenge

THE first National Women's Games (NWG) received a boost at a ceremony where Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin handed over fifteen V6 Naza Ria MPVs to Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman.


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Compiled by Ivy Soon


Sweet success for Selangor squash players

Squash Rackets Association of Selangor (SRAS) had more reason to celebrate during the festive season.


Wishes for the common good

Last Thursday, The Star's Group Chief Editor Datuk Wong Sulong decided to talk about the seven changes that he would like to see happening in Malaysia in 2006. He challenged readers to come out with their own wish list. The response came fast and furious via his email.


Work with Government to resolve problems

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has called on Malaysians to work with the Government to resolve problems that impede greater national prosperity.


Give Nicol a break, says Dr Koh

B>C/B>HIEF Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon appealed to the public not to put undue pressure on world squash champion Nicol David.


Amputee shows off singing talent

B>A/B>S one of the more than 200 hopefuls auditioning to be a red fm DJ at the Star Education Fair 2006, Agatha Yu gave a halting presentation that wasn't much to shout about.