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Nation

More rainfall than in a month

The three-hour downpour on Tuesday recorded more rainfall than in an average month in the Klang Valley, with the heaviest showers in the Sungai Gombak, Sungai Klang and Sungai Ampang catchment areas.

Lifestyle

The buzz in the neighbourhood

To YVONNE LEE SHU YEE, dengue fever was something that seemed very distant till some of her relatives were down with the dreaded disease.

Lifestyle

Getting the job done

Retired headmaster IRONMAN muses on the challenges he faced when he took charge of a rundown school filled with hooligans, mischief-makers and underachievers.

Nation

'Government staff must improve'

Irregularities and lack of professionalism among local government staff can seriously jeopardise the Barisan Nasional government in the coming general election.

Nation

Do-it-yourself clean-up drive

City street sweepers will lay down their brooms for one week from Monday.

Nation

Expats dislike our driving habits most

Driving habits, dirty toilets and littering are top among what expatriates living in Malaysia dislike about the country, according to a survey conducted by a magazine.

Letters

Government must get employees to be efficient

By V.K. CHIN

Letters

Tackle hygiene problem before tragedy strikes

From DISGUSTED SECTION 17 RESIDENT, Petaling Jaya,

ASEAN+

Markets to close for mass cleaning

B>SINGAPORE:/BSingapore will close dozens of food markets today for a mass cleaning to curb the spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), as three new cases and a 19th death showed the virus spreading despite aggressive counter-measures.

Health

Viral awareness

Consultant paediatrician Datin Dr REBECCA GEORGE offers her insights about a disease that may not appear to be as pressing as SARS, but continues to exact its toll in our population - dengue fever.