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The Health Ministry will build a national specialist hospital for women and children near the Kuala Lumpur Hospital.
There is an amazing repertoire of fruits in Sarawak hardly known or tasted by city folk. LOH FOON FONG tags along with a team of scientists to visit a couple of longhouses.
Sarawak won only one of the four titles at stake in national schools (MSSM) volleyball championships but they will provide most of the players for the team to the Asian school championships.
Kuala Lumpur failed to retain the national schools (MSSM) sepaktakraw championships Under-18 team title, going down 1-2 to Selangor in the final at the State Sports Complex in Kangar on Friday.
ROBERT Beard, better known as Bob around the office and friends, lights up when he speaks of Malaysia.
Professional football is over for English coach Ken Shellito, who parted ways with Premier II's Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) on Monday.
Thriving in warm water around the globe, frogfish can change colour, walk on their fins and attract prey with baits that dangle from their heads, writes TAN CHENG LI.
How does a car behave over years of ownership? Instead of reviewing a vehicle after the usual short test-drive, PAUL SI takes a long, intimate look in a two-part article at the Ford Ranger that he has owned for several years.
IN the kingdom of flowering plants, orchids rule the emerald Earth. Of the over 25,000 species found worldwide, Malaysia is home to some 850 species in the peninsula and another 2,500 in Sabah and Sarawak.
How do you bottle the masculine smell evoked by city life and fresh air, an apparent contradiction in terms? AZHARIAH KAMIN finds out at the launch of ECHO by Davidoff.