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ExxonMobil starts output at last 2 satellite platforms

EXXONMOBIL Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc (EMEPMI) has commenced oil production from Irong Barat B and Raya B, the last two of five satellite platforms installed under the Satellite Fields Development phase I (SFD I) project in 2001.


Building models for experience

Practical hands-on training and work experience is equally important as lectures, tutorials and workshops, more so for students pursuing studies in Built Environment fields.


Taiwan poser for Canberra

B>T/B>HE dilemma facing Australia in today's troubled and increasingly complex world is how to respond to a political situation if Taiwan unilaterally declared its independence.


For city slickers and adventure seekers

Johor has a wide range of attractions and surprises that await anyone willing to explore its hidden charms.


Islands in the sun

Some of the most beautiful islands in the South China Sea lie off the Malaysian coast. These relatively untouched isles attract visitors in search of soothing calm amidst rustic retreats and crystal clear waters.


Trip to boost trade and ties with China

From DR JACOB GEORGE, Subang Jaya


Ex-conjoined twins doing well

FORMER conjoined twins Ahmad and Muhammad Rosli, five, were revisited one year after they were successfully separated by surgeons in Riyadh.

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‘China likely got material from US plane’

B>BEIJING:/BClassified material on board a US spy plane that was forced to land in China almost 30 months ago most probably fell into Chinese hands, a leading defence journal said yesterday, citing a military report.


A sylvan hideaway

Work stress, chock-a-block traffic, grating din and raucous crowd define city life. Living amid nature at Mawai Eco Camp in Johor, LEONG SIOK HUI finds her 'ideal' ecotourism model and regains her sanity.

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20 dead as typhoon hits Shenzhen

B>BEIJING:/BTyphoon Dujuan slammed into the southern Chinese coastal city of Shenzhen, killing at least 20 people, uprooting trees by the thousands and causing extensive damage to parts of the country's showcase economic development zone, China's official news agency said yesterday.