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Shooting Sydney

Sydney was chosen for this year#8217;s fashion shoot because as countries in the northern hemisphere would be going into winter soon, Australia is enjoying spring with the farms offering lavender in full bloom.

Seafood Teh brewing in Penang

Love the fragrance of Bak Kut Teh but don't eat pork and none too fond of chicken? A new eatery in Penang presents a first cousin of Bak Kut and Chi Kut Teh -- Seafood Teh -- to the delight of non-meat eaters.

Biking in the Sarawak interior

When you discover an unspoiltdestination,do you tell the worldor keep mum? LEONG SIOK HUIreluctantly shares her mountainbiking trip in the Kelabit Highlandsof Sarawak.

Alleviating pregnancy woes

If you have food cravings and pregnancy discomfort, there are ways to handle these problems that do not compromise nutrition, writes MARY EASAW-JOHN.

Think out of the Vanilla Box

The Asian Heritage Row located at Jalan Doraisamy is a fine example and already boasts a Turkish restaurant, a newly-opened Portuguese eatery and The Vanilla Box Bakery Café.

Locals unperturbed by dirty hawker stalls

FRom J.D. LOVRENCIEAR, Semenyih

Cooling devices may be hazards

From S. PARAMESWARAN, Ipoh, Perak

Regulation soon to ensure clean food

The Clean Food Regulation that will give the Health Ministry powers to act against dirty eateries and regulate all types of food outlets, from the hawkers to those in five-star hotels, will be gazetted before the end of the year.

Loo and behold

CLEANLINESS is a virtue and an indicator of the level of development of a country or civilisation. But clean toilets are fast becoming a tourism attraction in their own right nowadays, with Suwon in South Korea leading the way by providing free guided tours of their world-class loos in recent years.

Series of slip-ups prove costly for wily Hambali

Hambali, the brains behind Jemaah Islamiah operations, is finally caught after over two years on the run. He was the most wanted man in the South-East Asia, being the operations director of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda terrorist network. Last week, the Indonesian Muslim preacher was arrested in Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand, by Thai police and the CIA. WONG CHUN WAI and LOURDES CHARLES spoke to security contacts in the region on how this terrorist was arrested.