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Sarawakian killed when bus overturns

A man died and 16 other passengers were injured after a holiday to the peninsula for several Sarawakian families ended badly when the tour bus they were in turned turtle on the way back from a hill resort.

Lifestyle

Dress for the sun

The Spanish label Mango - MNG as it is known in Malaysia - celebrates easy living with a splash of colours, in its quirky yet sophisticated style.

Other Sport

Bowling is in the blood for Sabah manager Zain and family

SABAH'S Zain Mohamed Said has brought his wife and four children to Seremban for the Malaysia Games. But the family of six are not here on a vacation. Instead they are on a mission to make others sit up and take notice of Sabah's emerging prowess in bowling.

Lifestyle

A garden of potential

Now that designer gardens are gradually becoming more affordable in Malaysia, people are getting excited at the prospect of having one in their homes.

Business

Usual areas of computer fraud

COMPUTERS are highly sophisticated tools with versatile capabilities - from enabling global communications and manning transport and traffic systems to facilitating global commerce and industry.

Lifestyle

National meets

This coming school holidays, head to The Chess Network at the Wilayah Complex in Kuala Lumpur where you can spend five days, beginning June 4, to compete in this year#8217;s national closed chess championships for men and women.

Nation

Three kids get free heart operations from Heartlink

Three of 11 children underwent free corrective heart surgery under the US-based Children's HeartLink programme at the Penang Adventist Hospital here.

Lifestyle

Oh, the malodorous smell of humanity!

Using public transport can be an ordeal because of it and it is the reason why people are shunned - but no one wants to talk about body odour, commonly known as BO. MENG YEW CHOONG sniffs around this unmentionable problem.

Lifestyle

The other side of life

The smiles on these children's faces say it all... In Afghanistan, hope is rekindled as the war-torn country struggles to build a new future. Aid agency Mercy Malaysia is helping to ease some of the suffering brought on by decades of conflict, drought and extreme poverty. DEEPAK GILL volunteered as an aid worker in Afghanistan for a month last year. Here's an insight into what life is like as a volunteer.

Nation

Free surgery by US team on charity mission

A team of doctors and nurses from the US-based Children's HeartLink programme have sacrificed their vacation for a charity mission to offer free corrective heart surgeries to 10 needy children at Penang Adventist Hospital (PAH).