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Public Bank hungry for more wins

Club side Public Bank will remember their first trip across the South China Sea for a competitive match for a long, long time and for many reasons, especially when their 2-1 win over Sarawak at the Sarawak Stadium in Kuching on Saturday night, gave them pole position in the eight-team Super League.

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Kedah go out for a win in Kota Kinabalu

Kedah, still looking for their first win in the Super League, flew in to Kota Kinabalu minus their Brazilian coach Mirandinha and team manager Datuk Shukri Hashim.


Eating animals to extinction

China's insatiable appetite for wildlife has put many of South-East Asia's species in hot soup, literally. Besides being fair game for gourmands, animal parts are also much sought after for medicines and tonics in an increasingly affluent society steeped in the traditional belief that exotic fare endows the consumer with added social status and sexual prowess.


Terengganu, a state in waiting

Logically speaking, Terengganu, with its rich oil fields, should have been a prosperous and well-developed state by now. But that didn't happen under Barisan Nasional or Pas rule. Now that the BN back in power, MENG YEW CHOONG talks to several townsfolk to find out what their expectations are.

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The horse of Troy

SHARIL DEWA reviews the latest reads on the bookstore shelves.


Borneo, land of adventure

Sabah never fails to captivate even the most jaded adventurer with its unspoiled adventure spots, abundant greenery, rich marine life and mystical charms.


Snapshot of photographer

MICHAEL Yamashita, 55, began taking pictures in 1971 while on a 'roots' trip to Japan after graduating from the Wesleyan University in the United States.


Sarawak monitors seas for red tides

The state environment and fisheries authorities are monitoring the seas off northern Sarawak for possible appearance of the 'red-tide' phenomenon following reports that waters in the southern parts of Brunei have been affected by the toxic algae.


Home away from home

We spend so much time dreaming about exotic distant destinations that we sometimes forget just how pleasant a trip to our neighbour#8217;s house can be. MARTIN VENGADESAN visits the Philippines and finds that part of its charm lies in its familiarity.