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Mangroves for Eritrea

A project to create a new landscape in Eritrea by growing mangroves where there were none previously has sparked protests among greenies. JONAH FISHER reports.

Stuart ends title drought

Australian Stuart Appleby birdied the first playoff hole to defeat Scott McCarron and win the US$4mil Las Vegas Invitational on Sunday.

Questions that require thinking

Lesson 7 -- Literature: By AUDREY LIM.

Fiji seek to ensure telecast not hit by drought

Fiji's government introduced emergency electricity measures yesterday, saying they would ensure the nation gets to see Rugby World Cup matches televised live.

Tiger back to winning ways

Tiger Woods once again proved that for him, a lead heading into the last round is all but a guarantee of victory.

Daily updates on fire hazards

The Meteorological Services Department will now issue daily updates of the country's fire danger rating system, designed to give warnings to firemen and the public of the places most likely to catch fire during the dry season.

Rossi eyes one last spurt

With his third straight world MotoGP title now in sight, Italy's Valentino Rossi is looking to put on a last spurt to extend his lead over his main rival Sete Gibernau here this weekend.

Stampede of hope

Tahe annual wildebeest mingration brings hope to Kenya's turism, writes OKWUDINLO OKOH and ANTONY NJUGUNA.

Czech ace Ulihrach checks into second round

Czech Davis Cup player Bohdan Ulihrach dug himself out of a hole to beat Peruvian Ivan Miranda 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the first round of the US$860,000 Japan Open yesterday.

Another classic on the cards

Individual flair, artistic stickwork, team work, speed and sharp penalty corner flickers will be in full flow when hockey giants Pakistan and India battle it out in the final of the Asia Cup tournament.