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Business 14 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM

Attractive house packages a big hit

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. In this article he says that private sector developers are becoming more and more creative and aggressive in the manner in which they market their products.

Business 07 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM

CBIP well placed to seize chances

EVERYONE knows that palm oil companies are in for an extremely profitable year although on the whole they are subject to price fluctuations.

Nation 06 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM

Cousins drown

Three cousins drowned after they slipped and fell into a Kemubu Agriculture Development Board irrigation canal at Kampung Belukar here yesterday.

Health 06 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM

Difficult labours

The birthing process is nature#8217;s miracle and consists of three distinct components. All it takes is for one of the components to be out of sync to cause difficulties, writes COLIN KHOO.

Other Sport 04 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM

Ronaldinho blow to MU

Paris St Germain president Francis Graille said yesterday he was waiting for an improved bid from Manchester United for Brazil World Cup winner Ronaldinho.

Other Sport 02 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM

Ronaldinho yours for US$52mil, PSG tell United

Manchester United chief executive Peter Kenyon has been told he can have Paris St Germain#8217;s Brazil World Cup star Ronaldinho for 45 million euros (US$52 million).

Lifestyle 28 Jun 2003 | 12:00 AM

The backwaters of Kerala

TOM COCKREM visits Kerala, the smallest of the southern Indian states.

Lifestyle 17 Jun 2003 | 12:00 AM

How a river transforms from pristine to polluted

Sungai Penchala, which meanders through the heart of Petaling Jaya, looks more like a huge monsoon drain than a river. Looking at its murky water laden with all kinds of waste, it is hard to imagine that this river started off as a pristine, gurgling stream up in Bukit Kiara. Special report by HILARY CHIEW.

Lifestyle 17 Jun 2003 | 12:00 AM

Tourist ‘hot spot’ with a toxic past

Weldon Spring in Missouri may be an unlikely monument to the United States' toxic past but officials claim that this tourist site is free from radioactive danger, writes STEPHANIE SIMON.

Lifestyle 10 Jun 2003 | 12:00 AM

Tough revival task

For more than a decade, Saddam Hussein systematically destroyed the vast wetlands of southern Iraq, building dams and canals to drain the swamps, and setting fire to the sea of reeds. With the dictator#8217;s fall, many are hoping the devastated land will be restored to the paradise it once was, the one that many scholars believe was the Biblical Garden of Eden.