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Dead birds tested negative

Avian flu is not likely the cause of death of migratory birds found at the diving haven of Layang Layang in the South China Sea.


Five not showing any signs of illness in Sabah

Five navy personnel based at Layang Layang Island in the South China Sea are under observation at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital here following the recent discovery of several dead migratory birds at the diving spot.


Sabah’s surprises

ANTHONY TAN gets a taste of Sabah's many attractions.


More copters for firemen

The Government hopes to buy 10 helicopters for the Fire and Rescue Department under the Ninth Malaysia Plan, with Sabah and Sarawak getting one craft each, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said.


Ramos speaks his mind

In a 45-minute interview with The Star's RUBEN SARION, retired General Fidel Ramos talked at length on the many regional issues.

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FPDA partners to hunt down 'hijacked ship' during exercise

AN ANTI-TERROR drill at sea will feature for the first time in this year's Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) joint exercise.

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Public Bank are still sore over mauling

If Public Bank manager Razak Dali had his way, his players would be swimming across the South China Sea instead of taking a flight back home from Kuching. That's how sore the manager is over his team's 6-0 humiliation at the hands of Sarawak in a Group C Malaysia Cup match at the Sarawak Stadium in Kuching on Friday.


Ferry service across South China Sea

A ferry service, coined the 'unity ship', to provide a cheaper mode of transport between the peninsula, Sabah and Sarawak, has been scheduled to be launched next year.


Malaysian green diesel powers Athens Olympics

ULTRA-clean diesel from Malaysia is making its mark as the official fuel of the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece, contributing towards a cleaner environment at the world#039;s most prestigious sports gathering.


GeneMedix plans 2 more insulin projects

Britain-based bio-generic company, GeneMedix Plc, which will set up Asia#039;s first human insulin plant here in 2005, is in negotiations to set up two more similar projects here.