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Foreigners held over chef's disappearance

An Algerian and a Moroccan who are allegedly involved in the disappearance of a Dutch chef in Cameron Highlands in February have been arrested.

Cameron Highlands man’s death not linked to SARS

The death of a 30-year old man from Cameron Highlands last Thursday is not related to the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) killer virus.

Let's all do our bit for Redang

DESPITE the media publicity highlighting the over-development and malpractice of operators on Pulau Redang last November, it appears that little has changed.

Ministry probing if death is SARS related

The Health Ministry has classified as #8220;pending verification#8221; the death of a man from Cameron Highlands who died on Thursday after having breathing difficulties.

When geography is fun

It#8217;s a worldwide trend that#8217;s finally arrived in Malaysia: geocaching. STEPHEN BOEY discovers that it#8217;s not just about finding out where in the world you are, but also the journey to that spot #8211; and the good food and wonderful sights along the way.

Pro tem committees for all Umno divisions

There will only be pro tem committees after the 166 Umno divisions are disbanded when the new electoral boundaries proposed by the Election Commission are legislated.

Duo sought over missing chef

Police are anxious to contact two foreigners believed to be either Algerians or Moroccans to assist in the disappearance of a Dutch national in Cameron Highlands last month.

3 more Marrybrown outlets

Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn Bhd wil open 3 more outlets this year, 2 in Johor and 1 in Penang , in the 2nd half of the year.

Foreign gang tied to man's disappearance

A gang of foreign criminals targeting tourists at well-known resorts is believed to be behind the disappearance of a Dutch national from his hotel in Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands.

Replanting rare orchids

The Society of Regional Environmental Awareness of Cameron Highlands (REACH), formed by concerned residents alarmed by unbridled development in the highlands, is a sterling example of what a group of like-minded individuals can do to promote conservation. The group's next uphill task: to rescue wild orchids which face the twin threat of indiscriminate destruction of their habitats and over-collection of commercial purposes.