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Lifestyle

'Wives' for busy folk

Sometimes executives are so busy that even women need #8216;wives#8217; to help them run their households. NEENA BHANDARI raves about an Australian service agency called Wife Without Strings.

Nation

Tourism badly hit by SARS

The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome has caused a big blow to the tourism trade, slashing domestic travel by some 60% since the SARS issue first surfaced in the country.

Lifestyle

Maharani of style and substance

Pat Liew, who reigns over the successful BritishIndia clothes brand, speaks to REENA GURBAKSH about herself, her success formula and the launch of her new label, WH.

AseanPlus News

Authorities on the hunt for 100 passengers

AUTHORITIES here are trying to track down more than 100 people who arrived on three flights carrying passengers later diagnosed with SARS symptoms, prompting renewed fears of the virus spreading in the community at large.

Lifestyle

One people, one mission

MICHAEL D'OLIVEIRO had a chance to chat Mukhriz Mahathir, son to the Prime Minister, recently. The affable 39-year-old's involvement in the industry began with the Tourism Development Corporation (TDC). After schooling in London, Mukhriz returned to Malaysia and worked as a consultant in TDC's efforts to break into the Japanese market.

Education

Adventure off the beaten track in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, a city where anything and everything goes, is a mecca for youth all over the world. Intrepid student traveller JAMIE KHOO and pal discover a whole lot more to the Dutch capital than sex and drugs.

Lifestyle

A legend by the coast

With its legendary long beaches, awesome weather and laid-back summer culture, the city known as Gold Coast draws a myriad tourists from all over the globe.

Nation

Foreign gang tied to man's disappearance

A gang of foreign criminals targeting tourists at well-known resorts is believed to be behind the disappearance of a Dutch national from his hotel in Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands.

Nation

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.

Lifestyle

Deadly disease

The atypical pneumonia spreading around the world is leaving a trail of devastation as health workers, hospitals, hotels, airlines and even nations#8217; economies struggle to cope, reports DENISE GRADY.