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Nation

Football madness takes over

The television set is booked, the football jersey is out of the closet and the beers are chilling in the fridge. Euro Cup fever is here and football fans are glued to the idiot box to catch the live telecast of the much-awaited games, mostly after midnight.

Letters

Lack of discipline is the problem

From A PATRON AND SON, Petaling Jaya

Letters

Late night eateries serve needs of shift workers

From IVAN ZUZARTEE, Kuala Lumpur

Lifestyle

Captivated by the land of capes

During the March school holidays, my family and I travelled to Cape Town, South Africa. Affectionately known as the 'Mother City', Cape Town is South Africa's oldest city and administrative capital, and the gateway to its Western Cape province. Vastly endowed with nature's wonders and steeped in multicultural legacies, it is widely regarded as one of the most magnificent cities in the world, writes Shaliza Ibrahim.

AseanPlus News

Eateries adopt safety procedures

Forty Beijing restaurants took a proactive step on Wednesday to ward off food poisoning.

Letters

Limit operating hours of eateries

From CONCERNED FATHER, Kuala Lumpur

Health

Meals on wheels

In some countries, hawker food is nutritious, but there is much room for improvement in areas like cleanliness and regulation, writes LOH FOON FONG.

Other Sport

Dope tests for athletes at Games

AT LEAST 300 athletes will be randomly selected for urine tests for doping during the 10th Malaysia Games, said Negri Sembilan state exco member in charge of Health, Science, Technology and Innovation Yu Chok Tow.

AseanPlus News

Chewing gum is still a sticky problem

CHEWING gum, gobs of them, is a problem - with or without a ban. Cleaning companies in Singapore said they have had to deal with spent gum in public places, and are groaning at the partial relaxation of the 12-year chewing-gum ban in Singapore.

AseanPlus News

Culinary showcase brings life to Islamabad

This capital, described by a US diplomat in the 1980s as 'half the size of a New York cemetery and twice as dead,' is tackling its sterility by creating an alfresco gastronomic showcase of the country's tastiest dishes.