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Stuffing a catfish

KUNO the Killer Catfish, a giant puppy-eating silurid, has become an international star a week after its untimely death in Germany.

Out-of-form Schumacher, Rossi beginning to feel the heat

Twelve months ago Michael Schumacher and Valentino Rossi were on top of the world.

Tiger Wood hopes trusty driver will end major drought

Tiger Woods, recently reunited with his old driver, goes into next week's US PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club hunting his first Grand Slam title for 14 months.

Shahrun eager to shed bridesmaid’s tag

Shahrun Nizam Tamin hopes to boost his chances of ending his title drought by taking the chequered flag in the fifth leg of the Petronas Sprinta AAM Malaysia Cub Prix Championship in Alor Gajah this weekend.

V-P wants anti-flood, drought measures

VICE-PREMIER Hui Liangyu has called on flood and drought combating departments across China to make full preparations and take active measures to deal with possible disasters.---------------------------------------------

Henman ends lean spell

Britain's Tim Henman, finding championship form for the first time since right shoulder surgery last November, broke a 19-month title drought here on Sunday by winning the ATP Washington Classic.

Aussies feel the heat

World champions Australia, who have lost their last three Tests in a row, will be under enormous pressure to win when they lock horns with South Africa in the Tri-nations championship today.

Kedah have to conquer fear factor to realise their dreams

Sabah are not the only obstacle standing between league leaders Kedah and the Premier I title on Saturday.

Penang fail to take advantage of neighbour's favour

Penang had wanted favours from their neighbours. And they got it. But the Panthers did themselves no favours when they slumped to a 3-0 lead at the hands of club side Johor FC, leaving in limbo their hopes of an automatic place in next year Super League.

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.