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Here is a happy example of how a foreign-run resort can work with the locals beyond tourism and benefit both parties immeasurably, writes S.L. WONG.
THE Apostrophe Protection Society. No, I#8217;m not making it up. It exists, and has headed notepaper to prove it. Its founder, John Richards, is leading the campaign to save the apostrophe from neglect and abuse. Open war has now broken out in the press. Do we see APS as a vital conservation group, like Friends of the Earth but less earthy, or a gang of retired schoolteachers longing for the glory days when they could cover exercise books with red ink?
THE problem with Michael Owen#8217;s hamstrings had always been their liability to break down at crucial stages in Liverpool#8217;s season. But after a year of strengthening and sacrifice, the England striker has found himself on the other end of a Faustian pact: the hamstrings are fine, but it is his club that have proven more likely to break down.
COME 2006, Royal Malaysian Air Force pilots would be flying the Sukhoi SU-30MKM fighter jets, said to be far superior to the MiG-29 in the RMAF fleet.
Though it is morally repugnant, bio-terrorism is a real threat and the best defence is to prevent terrorists or states from acquiring biological weapons or developing such weapons programmes, writes LOH FOON FONG.
The coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease was discovered and sequenced in record time because of unprecedented international collaboration. Now everyone is staking a claim, writes VICTORIA STAGG ELLIOTT.
The Government is mulling the setting up of a consultative body to deal with problems at workplaces faced by employees who hold managerial posts.