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KOTA KINABALU: The Covid-19 pandemic is an opportunity to reset the strategies for the tourism sector in Sabah during the post-recovery phase and when moving forward, says Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor.
SEPANG: The industrial sector has been urged to adopt rivers in Malaysia to contribute towards environmental sustainability efforts.
LONDON: Britain and the European Union agreed a new post-Brexit financial services pact on Friday that will allow them to co-operate on regulation but does little to improve the City of London's access to the bloc.
TRAFFIC leading to Zoo Negara was almost at a standstill at 9.30am one Saturday recently.
BEIJING (Global Times/ANN): Chinese netizens launched a campaign advertising the specialties and beautiful scenery of Northwest China’s Xinjiang on social media Thursday (March 25) amid national anger toward foreign brands’ boycott of Xinjiang cotton.
TOURISM players in Mersing are making preparations to welcome tourists once the interstate travel ban is lifted.
NEW YORK: Lowe’s Cos, determined to hang on to the customers it gained during the pandemic, is extending its spring-sales period while offering attractions like socially distanced grilling demonstrations and free saplings brought right to customers’ cars.
WITH vaccines on the horizon and the first green shoots of economic recovery already starting to show across Asia, Indonesia’s future is looking brighter than it has for months, but if we must be proactive if we are to make the most of the opportunities that are appearing to return to sustainable growth.
Cambodia has put a halt to plans for a US$350 million non-gaming integrated resort (IR) in Siem Reap province dubbed “Angkor Lake of Wonder” (ALOW).
African swine fever isn't dangerous to humans but it is more than capable of decimating the wild pig population in Sabah.