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Stray cats find new homes

SIBU: The first ever Pets Adoption Day here saw a total of 10 out of 20 cats finding new owners.


Developer: You’re invited to a party

PROPERTY developer Team Keris Bhd is throwing a barbeque pool party at its Treetops Residency development to celebrate the completion of the project’s Olympic-length pool this Sunday.

Food News

Taste the world at Food and Hotel Asia expo

Exhibitors showcased their star products and launch important new products at Asia’s premier trade show for hotel, food and beverage, the FHA food expo in Singapore.


10 most eco-friendly accommodations on Earth

TripAdvisor has released a list of most eco-friendly accommodations ahead of Earth Day.


‘Animals’ flying high in the sky

DON’T be surprised if you see a zebra, lobster, bee or an alien rocket in the skies over Putrajaya, as the city’s International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is back for its eighth installation.


Fiesta back for the eighth year

EVERYONE’S favourite hot air balloon fiesta is back!


Kin of the departed delighted with initiatives taken to preserve cemetery

DESCENDANTS of those who were laid to rest at the old Catholic Cemetery located off Penang Road have lauded the restoration plans at the site.


Fourteen candidates open race for Burkina Faso presidency

BOBO-DIOULASSO, Burkina Faso (Reuters) - Presidential hopefuls in Burkina Faso kicked off campaigning on Sunday for an election meant to restore democratic rule and choose a successor to longtime leader Blaise Compaore, who was ousted in a popular uprising last year.


Mediators announce deal to end Burkina coup crisis, questions remain

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Regional mediators seeking to peacefully roll back a military coup in Burkina Faso said they negotiated a draft deal on Sunday to end the crisis though they failed to secure the immediate restoration of civilian rule.


Burkina Faso coup leaders offer olive branch as protests mount

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Leaders of a coup in Burkina Faso said on Friday they had freed the president and reopened borders, in an apparent olive branch as they faced a growing confrontation with crowds of protesters demanding they end their rebellion.