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Indon skipper goes missing

The Indonesian skipper of a Labuan-registered cargo ship has 'mysteriously' disappeared in waters close to the Malaysia-Philippines sea borders.


Safety first

Malaysia's lush forests, coral-rich seas and limestone peaks attract outdoor buffs in droves. And with the strong demand for guides, travel operators scramble to provide their services. But without any bona fideorganisation to enforce safety guidelines, can you trust your life with these outdoor guides? LEONG SIOK HUI and DEEPAK GILL take alook at the issue.


Staying in touch

Having a mobile phone is child's play for British kids nowadays. And the handset's technological revolution has even gone to the dogs, literally, CHOI TUCK WO writes.


RMN to transfer six patrol ships to new agency

The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) will transfer six patrol vessels to the National Maritime Enforcement Agency (NMEA) in June.


Do not forget canine heroes

Toh Cheng See of Selangor asks why we as a society highlight the 'problem cases', but forget the good done by our canine counterparts.


Another body found while five still missing

Five of the seven people who went missing when a fishing boat sank at Sungai Sirah in Pusa, near here, are still unaccounted for following the recovery of a second body yesterday.


Seven missing when fishing boat sinks

Seven people, including four children, have been reported missing when a fishing boat with 16 passengers sank near the Beladin river mouth in Betong Division Friday.

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Efforts shift from rescue to relief

The focus of international aid on earthquake-devastated Nias Island shifted yesterday from rescue to relief, with one UN official saying it was unlikely any more survivors would be found.


More than 400 confirmed dead in earthquake

At least 430 people have been confirmed dead on two islands off the coast of Sumatra after Tuesday's earthquake.


Lost English botanist rescued

English botanist John Gillatt, 56, had ventured into the Fraser's Hill forest last Friday to conduct a research on wild plants there.