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What makes a Big Chief?

0ne of the main attractions of the Forest Horse Riding Park is the man who runs the place. Big Chief decided to devote his life to horses after an unusual episode.

Ghouls, past and present

By Effendi Azmi Hashim

Field trip for UPM forestry students

EQUIPPED with soil thermometers, wind and light meters, compasses and sling spectrometers, second-year Diploma in Forestry students of Universiti Putra Malaysia got closer to nature during a field trip recently.

Add more punch to environs laws

From THE DUGONG DUDE of Kuala Lumpur.

Brunsfield breaks record for 3rd time

BRUNSFIELD Corp Sdn Bhd has made it into the Malaysia Book of Records for the third time.

New lows in the highlands

THIS is Blue Valley in Cameron Highlands, swathed in controversy after a developer tried to level a hilly site to fit in a hydroponics farm. The public uproar that followed is echoing through the hills, drawing into focus the sad state of affairs at the highland resort which has, over the years, been carved up to feed private interests.

Keane closes door on international stage

Controversial, outspoken, passionate.

Paradise isle escapade

Bali aka paradise isle, woos us with her idyllic beaches, Zen-inspired spas and surfing Utopia. But when the rain pelts and the wind goes AWOL, don#8217;t pack your bags just yet. LEONG SIOK HUI headed inland to shoot some gut-churning rapids, traipse through a postcard-perfect village and ride piggyback on a Sumatran elephant.

TV tower to be removed to protect world heritage site

A TELEVISION tower built in 1970 will be removed from Mount Emei to rescue dying firs at the world cultural and natural heritage site.

Looking to the rainforest

A DECADE ago, the luxury German carmaker Daimler-Benz #8211; now the DaimlerChrysler company #8211; embarked on a project in Brazil to use coconut fibre for vehicle components. Para University recently recognised DaimlerChrysler#8217;s contribution by awarding Mathias Kleinert, vice-president of external affairs and public policy at DaimlerChrysler, an honorary doctorate.