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SUPER yachts, champagne, caviar, flown-in chefs . . . the America#8217;s Cup is in town, and New Zealand#8217;s Auckland has turned into a billionaire#8217;s playground.
Smriti Mehra of India stole the show as Japan's Kaori Suzuki remained on top of the leaderboard after the second round of the US$90,000 Kosaido Malaysian Ladies Open golf tournament at the Sultan Aziz Shah Golf Club in Shah Alam Friday.
Penang's Aaron Kong let slip a chance to win the boys' Masters Finals in the National Bowling Championships at the Pyramid Mega Lanes Saturday but he has no reason to feel disheartened.
A native American, he was raised on a reservation, where his family still lives. Taught by Jesuits, he became a songwriter, comedian, poet and filmmaker and was hailed as one of the best young American novelists. His work subverts ideas of the nobly suffering Indian and often presents the hard reality of urban life. DUNCAN CAMPBELL reports.
Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona both had an away day to forget on Sunday, as Real could only draw 1-1 at Athletic Bilbao while Barcelona crashed 2-0 at Celta Vigo.
Planktonologist Dr Wan Maznah Wan Omar won the draw on the sighting of the first iceberg, which is taller than the ship's four-storey bridge, writes Universiti Sains Malaysia's Muka Head Marine Research Station director Assoc Prof Dr Zulfigar Yasin in the third part of his series on the Malaysian team's expedition to the white continent.