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Oil and gas stocks spur CI rally

A SPECTACULAR rally in oil and gas stocks yesterday spilled over to the rest of the market, helping to arrest an ongoing consolidation and pull the KLSE Composite Index (CI) up 8.7 points or 1.28% . The CI closed at the day#039;s high of 691 points on heavy volume.


Scooter riders reach Labuan

Elation is the prevalent mood among four water scooter riders on the final leg of their record-setting feat of travelling from Langkawi to Sabah#8217;s state capital.


Riders scoot into Sarawak

Four men on water scooters, who are riding a 2,409km journey across the South China Sea, have conquered the odds and arrived at the scenic Damai Beach in the Santubong peninsula from Pulau Murni after completing the eighth leg.


Border dispute hinders Total's work

EUROPEAN oil and gas group Total is hopeful that the Malaysian and the Bruneian governments will be able to settle quickly their border dispute concerning the offshore K and J blocks in the South China Sea, Total chairman and chief executive officer Thierry Desmarest said.


Perceptions of a pelancong

By Brian Cracknell


Four pals set off on 2,400km sea quest

Four friends on water scooters have set off on a 2,409km journey which will take them across the South China Sea from Langkawi to Kota Kinabalu over 17 days.

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Summer fishing ban takes effect

FISHING is disallowed over the next two months in the South China Sea as the country#8217;s annual summer fishing ban becomes effective from tomorrow.

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Six killed as tropical storm lashes northern Philippines

B>MANILA:/BThe death toll rose to six yesterday from a tropical storm battering the northern Philippines, officials said. Many roads and communities were flooded from heavy rains that spawned landslides.


Four to water scooter their way into record

Four men are going to ride their water scooters for more than 2,400km in open sea from Langkawi to Kota Kinabalu from June 10 to 26.

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Summer fishing ban from June 1

A COMPREHENSIVE summer fishing ban will begin on June 1, closing several key marine areas to trawlers for up to three months.