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Aussie media firms to shine

A bounce-back in glitzy advertising campaigns is set to help drive full-year earnings up as much as 40% for Australia's biggest television, magazine and newspaper groups.

Health

Your missing link to beauty

Pamper your skin at a health spa, adorn yourself with make-up, boost your mood with perfumes or aromatherapy oils, get a manicure and pedicure ... all this boils down to a question of beauty.

Business

Dairy Farm sees drop in profit margin

Dairy Farm Giant Retail Sdn Bhd has forecast its just-launched RM4mil price reduction strategy will cause margins to drop by 1.5% this month, further depressing its already declining month-on-month margins.

Business

Vibrant business centre of India

MUMBAI is often described as a city with a pulse; it is colourful and rich in culture.

Other Sport

Beckham vanishes in Teheran

Mystery is afoot after Iran scrapped billboards featuring David Beckham, interrupting his reign as the first foreign celebrity advertiser since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

Education

Make school resource centres come alive

From NALEENI DAS.

Lifestyle

A sunny future

Growing environmental consciousness offers a ray of hope for sun bears which have been hunted for their body parts and caged as pets in the past, writes ED CROPLEY.

Nation

Britons snap up tickets to Langkawi and Penang

Tickets for the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) direct flights from London to Langkawi and Penang for this month and next month are being snapped up fast by British travellers.

Business

New-look Celcom has soaring ambitions

CELCOM (M) Bhd, the country's largest mobile telecommunications company following its merger with TM Cellular Sdn Bhd last year, is aggressively going after a larger slice of the local market, its chief executive officer Datuk Ramli Abbas said.

Business

China firms exploring various ad channels

Everywhere in China, tens of thousands of small advertising agencies are desperately trying to beat the competition and survive either through innovation or by exploiting virgin advertising territory.