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Our well-being and quality of life hinge on the world#8217;s biological diversity #8211; that vast variety of living things on Earth and the complex relationships between them. It is estimated that half of all the species on the planet is found in tropical rainforests which are shrinking at an alarming rate. Today, the threat to gene pools and ecosystems has never been greater.
B>T/B>HE BRATs' year-end trip to Mabul was a crazy and memorable one, probably due to the fresh faces in the programme.
TANG WENG HENG reviews i>Malaysian Flavours: Insights Into Things Malaysian/iby Lee Su Kim
A brinjal nicknamed Nipplefruit? A citron fruit that resembles the hand of the Buddha? These are among the many rare fruits in the country that are gradually depleting in the wild, said Associate Professor Adirukmi Achmad Azis of the Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI).
SPORTS is all about who can throw the furthest,lift the heaviest and run and swim the fastest as competitors endeavour to reach new milestones in their sporting career.Over the two weeks of competition,several Malaysians proved that there was no shortage of sports heroes. STARSPORT take our hats off to these fine group of athletes.
It#8217;s a dog#8217;s life, they say. In conjunction with International Animal Rights Day on Dec 10, LEE SIEW PENG found out what it takes to give a dog a life at the Noah#8217;s Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary.
Eight winners from the recent DEEPAK GILL-MYAustralian Challenge contest are travelling to four Australian states to take part in a series of challenges. The first of four articles features a tour-cum-treasure hunt in South Australia.
Taylor#8217;s College will refund all fees to its South Australian Matriculation (SAM) students who have been selected for national service training and are not able to pursue their studies, said principal and chief operating officer Anucia Jeganathan.