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Orang asli find their footing

In Pahang,various efforts are being undertaken by the state government to ensure that its orang asli population is not left behind in development,writes FARIDAH BEGUM


JKR to ensure all roads are safe

Road accidents during festive seasons occur largely because of drivers' attitude, said Public Works Department director-general Tan Sri Zaini Omar.


KBU organises 2-in-1 language camp

A camp to learn a single language is normal for most foreign language enthusiasts, but when it is combined with another language, it certainly sounds refreshing. That was what the first batch of Germany-bound students from KBU International College found out when they participated in the German/English (1+1) Camp in Cameron Highlands recently.


Mixed views on Menzies’ theories

Theories proposed by historian Gavin Menzies that the Chinese discovered America and circumnavigated the globe a century before Ferdinand Magellan has attracted mixed reaction as he wrapped up a series of lectures in Malaysia last Monday.


Highland highlights and more

Highlands, lowlands or beaches, Pahang has a wide range of lovely holiday destinations catering for different passions and interests. From lazying on beaches and chilling out on hill resorts to bonding with nature in state parks, you will be spoilt for choice.


Man of god and science

When it comes to habits of the heart and mind, George Zee is the man of the moment. Never mind that he#8217;s also a man of science, or god, for that matter. Because Zee, or more appropriately, Father George Zee, is a Jesuit priest cum psychologist who is much sought-after as a facilitator for wellness workshops, self-empowerment seminars, retreats and counselling camps.


Floods push up prices of greens

THE prices of vegetables have gone up as a result of the recent floods in the northern states, I>Malaysia Nanban/Ireported yesterday.


Green Tea musical

THE School of Music, University College Sedaya International, will be staging a musical, I>Green Tea, /I>on Oct 9 (8pm), Oct 10 (8pm) and Oct 11 (2.30pm and 8pm) at Auditorium DBKL in Jalan Raja Laut, Kuala Lumpur.


Driver killed as excavator falls down hill

A 21-year-old excavator driver was killed when he was buried under earth after his machine crashed down 45m from a hill in Ringlet, Cameron Highlands.


The day draws near

THIS month, the attention of the Scrabble world is on Malaysia, host of the World Scrabble Championship (WSC 2003). The tournament is two weeks away, but hearts are pumping, breaths are getting shorter by the hour, and all eyes are on what the country can offer in its maiden organisation of the most prestigious Scrabble tournament on Earth.