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Lifestyle

A cut above the rest

As the media went to town with the news of the infamous Sir Alex Ferguson-David Beckham dressing-room bust-up and pressured the Manchester United boss to apologise, Old Trafford insiders knew that there will only be one outcome #8211; he will never say sorry , reports FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM.

Lifestyle

Cooking up a storm

Despite suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, Penang-born Cook holds cooking demonstrations in England to packed crowds, is a regular guest on TV and radio cookery programmes, and writes a weekly food column.

Lifestyle

We love them, we hurt them

b>Sylvia See/basks why is it that we care so much about the impression that we make on someone who we#8217;ll probably never meet again in our lives, yet barely bother to check what our loved ones feel.

Lifestyle

Affairs with single mothers

A letter from Upset.

Nation

Drought to hit Sarawak in May

A drought, estimated to last at least two months, is expected to hit Sarawak and nearby regions in May and June, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam.

Education

Dealing with teenage angst and parental concerns

While the pursuit of academic excellence amidst carefree camaraderie is what most students enjoy, relationships at home are often the source of much anxiety and tension, S. INDRAMALAR reports.

Lifestyle

Batty about beans

Self-confessed beanie EMILY GREEN tells of how she used to hate the colourful little legumes until she discovered that cooking #8217;em right makes all the difference.

AseanPlus News

Green-rated hotels all the rage

AS #8220;POLLUTION-FREE#8221; has become an officially important standard to grade a hotel, the Chinese hotel industry is now increasingly aware of environmental protection.

Lifestyle

A family destroyed by lust

Letters published last week in I>StarMag/Iabout straying fathers and husbands certainly touched a nerve in A MONOGAMOUS CAMPAIGNER. In the hope that other women can learn from her situation, she shares her story of the devastating consequences when a husband is unfaithful.

AseanPlus News

Mum jailed four years for slashing son's hand

A WOMAN got so upset when she saw her five-year-old son using a knife to cut a slice of bread, despite umpteen warnings not to play with one, that she grabbed it from him and slashed repeatedly at his hands with it.