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A bitter lesson learnt

From TOURIST, Kuala Lumpur

Matta: Know travel rights

Matta, the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents, has advised those who cancelled or postponed their trips due to SARS, to refer to MATTA Guidelines for Travellers Postponing Trips (April 7, 2003) and Tourism Industry Act 1992.

Toyota aim to finish in the points this time

The Panasonic Toyota Racing heads into this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix boosted by a solid race in Imola, where the team achieved their first two-car finish of the season. Unfortunately, they were still out the points.

Dream start by F2003-GA

World champion Michael Schumacher gave Ferrari's new F2003-GA a dream start in Barcelona as he claimed provisional pole in the opening qualifying session.

Tourism badly hit by SARS

The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome has caused a big blow to the tourism trade, slashing domestic travel by some 60% since the SARS issue first surfaced in the country.

Schu and Rubinho in front row with their new cars

Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello gave Ferrari's new car the perfect debut as they secured the front row positions on the grid in Barcelona yesterday for the Spanish Grand Prix as drivers#8217; championship leader Kimi Raikkonen and his McLaren Mercedes team rued a poor day.

Schuey wins Spanish GP in new Ferrari

Five-time world champion Michael Schumacher resisted the intense pressure of Spanish racer Fernando Alonso to clinch his second successive victory of the season yesterday when he won the Spanish Grand Prix.

Hoteliers seek tax waiver to overcome SARS impact

THE Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) wants the government to consider tax exemption as one of the ways to help the beleaguered tourist industry overcome the impact of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak.

Help one another sensibly for the economy

SARS is contagious among people as well as in industry. The figures of losses do not make for pleasant reading.