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Highway to use Aussie expertise

The Australian technology of plain concrete will be used in the RM450mil Trans Eastern Kedah Interland Highway linking Durian Burung with Kupang in Kedah, said Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu.

Former exco man's appeal hearing postponed

The hearing of former state executive councillor Datuk Sahar Arpan#8217;s appeal in the Court of Appeal has been postponed.

Former exco man's appeal hearing postponed

The hearing of former state executive councillor Datuk Sahar Arpan#8217;s appeal in the Court of Appeal has been postponed.

Old frying pan turned into winning clock

The next time you plan to throw away your old, misshapen frying pan, think twice #8211; with a little bit of creativity, it can be recycled and turned into something useful and even make you a little money, as Phang Yuet Foong can tell you.

Trees to make way for road project

Hundreds of shady I>jati/Itrees planted under a programme to green the environment about three years ago will be felled to make way for a road-widening exercise at Jalan Kuala Kangsar-Butterworth in Taiping.

They came to eat

How would you like that chowing down were not an #8216;anywhere-anyhow#8217; aspect of your holiday but its main focus? SIOW YUEN CHING reports on food enthusiasts who embarked on a Gourmet Tour of Penang.

More than 1,000 classes sign up for contest

More than 1,000 classes have signed up for the Best School Newspaper Awards 2003. Turning reporters, photographers, sub-editors, layout designers and artists, these students are all geared up to meet the Aug 30 deadline - and having fun in the process.

Chens can cook

At Red Ginger restaurant, the menu is not just a list of dishes. It is actually the brief history of a family#8217;s devotion to food. COLIN KHOO stops by the restaurant to savour of those tempting family dishes.

New formula for Senario film

I>Lang Buana/I>, the latest film featuring comedy group Senario, will have less slapstick humour than their three previous blockbusters but promises to be equally entertaining.

Dog stew and nude dancers

A Japanese sushi chef who served North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il for 13 years until 2001 has dished up a book of titillating insights into the life and tastes of Dear Leader, COLIN JOYCE and SHIGEMI SATO report.