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Biggest media event in the Faroe Islands

With more than 250 accredited media representatives, today's Euro 2004 qualifier between the Faroe Islands and Germany will be the north Atlantic archipelago's biggest media event.


Mall achieves 70% occupancy

KUMPULAN Emas Bhd#039;s latest shopping complex in Sri Kembangan, the South City Plaza, is set to open in November with 70% occupancy rate.

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Haze at alert levels in Riau

B>JAKARTA:/BThe government has warned residents in part of Sumatra island to stay indoors as smoke from annual forest fires has reached #8220;alert levels#8221;, news reports said yesterday.


Aur-most paradise

The search for the perfect dive site never ends. After hearing tales of a rarely visited Malaysian island, where the water is blue and visibility averages 30m, DAMIEN ONG-YEAOH readily went along with Henry Batzer of Scuba Dynamics to Pulau Aur.

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Asian news in brief

Asian news in brief including from Seoul that South Korea's navy again fired warning shots yesterday at a North Korean fishing boat that crossed over into South Korean waters.


Manugistics gets Petronas IT energy deal

PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd has selected Manugistics Group Inc#146;s Internet-based energy industry solutions to power its strategic supply chain initiatives across its oil business operations.


Coming into her own in America

NEIL KHOR traces the career of American writer Bharati Mukherjee will be visiting Malaysia from June 1 to 7.


Unisem upbeat on prospects for H2

UNISEM (M) Bhd is more upbeat about its prospects for the second half and is looking forward to a better year in 2003, after having posted its worst performance in the past two years, said chairman and managing director John Chia.

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Haze shrouds Riau, more hotspots detected

B>JAKARTA:/BHaze has returned to shroud the Indonesian province of Riau in eastern Sumatra, sparked by increasing hotspots detected across the island, environmentalists said yesterday.


Alive and well in Taman Negara

When a research team led by a tenacious Japanese scientist went into uncharted terrain in Taman Negara for the first ecological study of tigers in Malaysia, little did they know that they would be in for a gruelling expedition that stretched them to the limits - physically and mentally. Many adventures and almost three years later, they emerged from the woods bearing good news: our national park is a relatively safe haven for the endangered tiger.