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Four plucky women ready to burn track

Maznah Zulkifli does not hit the panic button even when she is pushed into a tight spot on the racetrack.

Licence required to sell discs

Compiled by Wong Li Za: July 6-12

Sleepless in Seattle

Three winners of the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003 walked away with more than just RM15,000; they lived their dream for a week in Seattle, USA. KAREN CHAPMAN joined them on their study tour to the home of Microsoft and Boeing.

Asian tourism chiefs ponder rebound from SARS

As Asia's tourism industry bounces back from its multibillion-dollar losses during the SARS crisis, experts said Monday that more joint marketing and better sharing of information could help the business move forward.

Outbreak revealed flaws

The management of SARS outbreak in hospitals is good preparation for any future outbreaks as it revealed some weaknesses in the healthcare system, Kuala Lumpur Hospital director Dr Ramlee Rahmat said.

‘Treat injured workers so they can return to work’

The Government is keen to set up a rehabilitation centre for injured workers so that they can return to work and remain productive, Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn said.

Ill-prepared to stop a growing AIDS epidemic

There are only about 10 doctors throughout Malaysia who have significant experience treating HIV/AIDS and the country will be ill-prepared to thwart a growing epidemic, with indications that the infection rate is going up.

Government to track food production

Malaysia will soon have an efficient system to trace each step of food production, processing, transportation and distribution to ensure food - from the farm to the table - is safe for consumption.

Chief nurse relieved SARS battle is over

Chief nurse Marwani Razali is relieved that the battle against SARS has ended but admits she will miss 'the excitement' and the friends she made during the four months at the isolation wards.

'HIV/AIDS 'battle is 'duty of 'everyone'

HIV/AIDS is no longer a problem limited to drug users, homosexuals and sex workers as it has affected society at large, said state Assistant Minister for Public Health Dr Soon Choon Teck.