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Call home from SE Asia’s highest point

Trekkers heading up Mount Kinabalu can now call home via two pay phones located 1.2km below the highest point, Low's Peak.


‘Battle’ at foothills of Kinabalu

The 31st series of the Malaysia-Indonesia biennial war games (I>Kekar Malindo/I>), aimed at testing their skills and co-ordination in combat, was held at the fooothills of Kinabalu recently.


Institution goes to great lengths for joggers

JOGGERS and park users can now benefit from distance markers placed along the jogging trails in Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur.


Not too old for climbing

AGE is a factor that does not matter, at least for Tan Sri Chan Choong Tak, who at 70 has been recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) as the oldest to scale Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.


Nilai International College students conquer Mount Kinabalu

To succeed in the workplace today, students need more than mere book knowledge and technical know-how.


Study on Borneo rainforest

Five Malaysian students will join 18 others from several countries on a 10-day environmental study trip in the Borneo rainforest, during which their exploits will be filmed for a documentary.


Taylor-made for success

OUR GRADUATES hit the ground running!' says Ooi Chee Kok, deputy president of Taylor's Education Bhd and chief operating officer of Taylor's Business School, when speaking about how Taylor's College students are prepared for the professional working world.


42 to hike up Mt Kinabalu

A GROUP of 42 hikers from Penang will leave for Sabah today to conquer Mount Kinabalu, the country's highest peak.


Living it up despite HIV

Despite having HIV, Zulkifli Maulana, 25, is determined not to let that pull him down into a rut of depression.


Scaling new heights

A local design group has come up with a novel way of raising funds for local architecture and design students - a climbing expedition to Mount Kinabalu.