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Charting East Asia’s milestones

Keynote address by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi at the Second East Asia Forum.


Towards an East Asian community

When the leaders of 13 East Asian nations agreed at a meeting in Laos earlier this week to hold the first East Asian summit in Kuala Lumpur next year, they set in motion a historic process aimed at creating an East Asian version of the European Union.

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Asean officials believe sole option is closer ties with China

China would seem to be a scary neighbour for South-East Asian nations, with its roaring economy that is vacuuming up vital jobs and foreign investment from the region.

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Hi-Fidelity get tangled up as Mandrake cruise home

Former Olympian Neil Pryde got more than he bargained for when he sailed his 46-foot I>Hi-Fidelity /I>yacht straight into a fisherman' net south of Penang in the second leg of the Raja Muda International Regatta yesterday.

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It’s ‘Happy Endings’ for Mahony after all

Singaporean Jonathan Mahony beat former Olympic contender Neil Pryde of New Zealand by nearly two minutes to win the opening race of the 15th Raja Muda International Regatta from Port Klang to Pangkor Island yesterday.


Meteorological Department warns of rough seas

The Meteorological Department has sent out a first category warning on strong winds and rough seas off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak.


Brooke kin and friend fulfil 47-year-old dream to visit Sarawak

For childhood friends Celia Margaret Captier Brooke and Melissa North, coming to Sarawak together was a dream they had cherished since they were 13.

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Robot to clear underwater mines

AN UNDERWATER robot developed by defence engineers here will be put through rigorous trials to test its ability to carry out the highly dangerous task of detecting underwater mines.

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32 divers held by Indonesia

Thirty-two divers who went missing on an expedition near Malaysia have been held by Indonesian authorities for the past five days for allegedly straying into Indonesian waters, officials and dive operators said yesterday.


Varsities with a niche

When STPM school leavers were given places at public university colleges, many were wary of going as they had not even heard of them. KAREN CHAPMAN finds out what these new institutions have to offer.