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Lintang rep Padil dies at 51

Lintang state assemblyman Datuk Mohamad Padil Harun passed away at Hospital Selayang in Kuala Lumpur after a short illness at 12.50pm yesterday.

Cognitive journey

Did you know that one Malaysian has made significant studies on artificial intelligence? ANITA MATTHEWS delves into the heart of the grey matter with Kampar-born Yeap Wai Kiang.

Printing factory fined RM100,000 for dumping toxic waste

Singapore-based printing factory Tompac Industrial Sdn Bhd was fined RM100,000 for dumping toxic waste in a Felda oil palm estate near the Durian Tunggal dam.

Teen admits sodomising boy

A 19-year-old teenager pleaded guilty at a Sessions Court in Seremban to sodomising an 11-year-old boy in Simpang Durian, Jelebu, early this year.

Dragonflies

THEY may be delicately pretty, but dragonflies can be hardy insects too. For some vague reasons, some species choose to live only in foul, stagnant pools.

Fish

Amirrudin Ahmad#8217;s passion for fish is obvious to all. Long after the rest of the group have parked themselves on cool riverine boulders, he would still be casting his fish net, clambering up rocks and wading upriver to stalk his prey.

Teen jailed for sodomising schoolboy

A Seremban Sessions Court here sentenced a 19-year-old teenager to five years' jail for sodomising an 11-year-old boy in Simpang Durian, Jelebu, in January.

Malacca optimistic it can overcome tourism slump

The Malacca government remains optimistic that it can overcome the slump in tourism following the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak.

Malacca wants to sell off KYM

THE Malacca government is prepared to sell off Kolej Yayasan Melaka (KYM) due to the strained relationship with its partner, Dr Hamzaid Yahya, although the college is making money.

Govt to terminate contract with car fleet firm

The Government has decided to terminate its contract with a firm supplying and maintaining a fleet of official vehicles as it has lost #8220;hundreds of millions of ringgit.#8221;