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Furry friends

What better way to get a glimpse into the animal kingdom than getting up-close to them? At the Sunway Petting Zoo, this is made possible.


A simple wish – for more books

In a valley at the foot of Mount Kinabalu is Bundu Tuhan, a scenic farming village housing the Don Bosco Children's Home. Eighty-eight schoolgoing children - aged between six and 18 - live in the home managed by Brother Benedict, a 75-year-old Dutchman who has spent two-thirds of his life helping orphans and the homeless.


Scaling new heights

SAS Malaysia (SAS), the leading business intelligence solutions and services provider, recently presented a total of RM8,597.33 to Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) in support of the institution's charity programme I>Selangkah ke Alam Universiti/I>.


Cool and happening stuff

ATTIRED in winter clothing in Malaysia? Who would have thought one could do so? Definitely not Eddy Emira who was attracted to the picture of a group of students in winter gear atop Mount Kinabalu.


Pullout a hit with schoolkids

One school#8217;s success in climbing Mount Kinabalu has inspired others to attempt the same feat. Students from several schools who read about Sri KDU#8217;s holiday adventure last month, featured in the inaugural issue of I>Stuff@school /I>are keen to follow in their footsteps.


Tremors rouse Sabah villagers from their sleep

Tremors shook villagers in the interior Mount Kinabalu district of Ranau and sent them screaming from their beds in the wee hours of Thursday morning.


Cadets conquer mountain

IT was a novel experience! When Akademi Tentera Malaysia recently organised a hiking expedition to Mount Kinabalu for 150 seniors and cadet officers, we were thrilled, writes TAN WEI HAN.


Sabah on alert after Philippine quake

Thousands of people living in coastal areas of Sabah grabbed their children and whatever belongings they could after a strong earthquake shook southern Philippines.


Sabah calls off tsunami alert

Thousands of people returned to their coastal homes after spending a night on higher ground in various parts of Sabah following a four-hour tsunami alert. Many had gone home as soon as police stood down the alert at 1am but some panic-stricken residents fearing that the tsunami waves were heading towards Sabah decided to stay put at mosques, churches and houses on hilltops.


Sabah defends its record in protecting biodiversity

Successive state administrations have done their part in protecting Sabah's biodiversity for nearly half-a-century starting with preserving areas surrounding Mount Kinabalu as a national park.