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A home of hope

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.


Let the holiday begin!

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's College to refund fees to affected students

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.


DR to make inroads into international markets

DR Group Holdings Sdn Bhd, which recently won the Raven Fox Award for The Best Travel Retailer Operating in a Single Country in Asia Pacific, plans to make inroads into new markets internationally.


Evacuations rise in Kuala Terengganu

The number of victims in this flood-hit district who were evacuated from their homes increased from 183 on Wednesday evening to 382 yesterday.


Sg Golok waters rise above alert level

The water level at Sungai Golok in Rantau Panjang has exceeded the warning mark following heavy rain in the past two days, said a Kelantan Drainage and Irrigation Department spokesman.


No trips until widow pays tax arrears

Housewife Gertrude Zarsadias, who had a reunion with her daughter and three grandchildren in Australia three years ago, is looking forward to seeing them again this Christmas. However, her happiness was short-lived when Zarsadias discovered that she has been barred from leaving the country as of Feb 14, 2002, until she settles her deceased husband's outstanding income tax payment.


14 die in crash at trunk road

The carnage at the 63rd kilometre of the Gua Musang-Kuala Lipis trunk road, was frightening. And the toll on human lives following an early morning collision between two buses was alarming - at press time 14 people had died and 23 were warded in four hospitals for various injuries.


Public forum planned on causes of accidents and traffic offences

The Government will hold a public forum to discuss the causes and factors that have led to an increase in accidents and traffic summonses, especially during the festive season. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said every factor and the causes of accidents, including the high number of summonses issued, would be analysed and discussed in detail at the forum.


Betty Chew declines post Sim's offer to replace him

Durian Daun state assemblyman Betty Chew has declined the proposal by state DAP chairman Sim Tong Him for her to replace him in the state assembly constitutional committee following his resignation.