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Danaharta launches 2 property tenders

Pengurusan Danaharta Nasional Bhd has launched two specific tenders offering for sale, on an 'as-is-where-is' basis, a golf resort and a private institution campus, both located in Seberang Prai Selatan, Penang. The tenders for the freehold properties started yesterday and closes at 5pm on May 22.


Farmers face huge losses as market closes

THE decision by Singapore to close the Pasir Panjang wholesale market without notice has caused Malaysian farmers to suffer huge losses, reported I>China Press./I>


'Clacking' engine

DADDY FIXIT has the answer to your car problems.


Let us find our own feet

By YWA (Young Working Adult).


‘Oiling’ the tappet

I DRIVE a Proton Wira 1.8 fitted with a 4G93 engine. It has approximately 180,000km on the clock and now sounds very #147;tappety#148;, especially after cold-starting in the morning. My friends who also drive the Proton Wira experience similar problems and we have been told by our respective mechanics that low viscosity oil is unsuitable for use in the 4G93 engine.


Spot that move

ARE you sharp enough to spot brilliant combinations? Can you analyse positions to determine the outcome of the games? If you are, then I have a challenge for you. Take part in our chess-solving contest!


Defence closes case in Hasleza murder trial

The defence closed its case in the high-profile Hasleza Ishak murder trial after 36 days of proceedings, which were filled with stories of evil spirits and dark forces.


Still touching base

There is a generation gap sometimes, but not so wide that we can#8217;t touch each other across it, writes ADELINE GONG WOOI HUONG.


Victorian voices ring richly

Deaths and their attendant ceremonies, mourning etiquette, headstones and a cemetery pervade Tracy Chevalier's well-researched novel, I>Falling Angels/I>, which is set at the turn of the century.


RSA hopes to raise A$2b from Australasian float

London-based Royal Sun Alliance (RSA) plc is hoping to raise up to A$2.1bil from a float of its Australasian units, braving tumbling stock markets to launch Australia#8217;s biggest initial public offering (IPO) in five years.