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Pay heed to resilience, students told

Resilience and patriotism must always go hand-in-hand. This was the message of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Sungai Soi principal Azizah Mohamad as the school celebrated National Day in Kuantan.


Katrina environmental issues "almost unimaginable"

BATON ROUGE, La. (Reuters) - Hurricane Katrina left behind a landscape of oil spills, leaking gas lines, damaged sewage plants and tainted water, Louisiana's top environment official said on Tuesday.


The life of Yu Hua

Chinese author Yu Hua tells AARON LOW about the changing faces of China.


A Tough act

WHEN the going gets tough, what do you do? Dress the part, of course.


Continuing Vision 2020

Have you started putting the challenges of Vision 2020 in place in your life? If not, it's about time, what with the Merdeka celebrations a few days ago. This week, we continue with the remaining tenets of Vision 2020.


Build more matriculation colleges

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Fuel a bigger worry for New Yorkers



No rupiah contagion, says Zeti

THERE will not be a contagion effect from the falling Indonesian rupiah, which has dropped in its exchange rate by about 10% against the US dollar over the past one month, Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz said.


Malaysia’s 2005 growth may moderate if oil price stays high

Malaysia's economic growth is likely to moderate along with the US and other countries' if the price of crude oil remains around US$70 per barrel, economists said.


Traditional barbers back in style

Once a dying breed, the traditional barber has reinvented himself and emerged as an indispensable part of the grooming industry. ALLAN KOAY checks out the enduring appeal of these modern-day Edward Scissorhands.