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Help save the dams

DO you know that by cutting down the number of times we flush the toilet we would be able to save four dams.

World

Concentrate on making 2008 harvest a success - FAO

WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) - As U.S. rice futures marched to another record, the U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization exhorted farmers and governments to ensure this year's crop is a success in order to ease the growing food crisis.

World

Concentrate on making 2008 harvest a success - FAO

PARIS (Reuters) - World farming resources should be focused on ensuring the 2008 harvest is a success in order to ease the food crisis, the head of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation said on Wednesday.

Nation

Five states to corporatise water departments by year-end

Five states that have yet to corporatise their water supply departments are expected to do so by the end of the year.

Business

New feeder fund from MAA

MAA International Assurance Ltd, an offshore composite insurance arm of MAA Holdings Bhd, is targeting about S$30mil sales in the first year for its latest product, the Global Natural Resources Fund.

Community

Association unhappy with tarriff rises

The Frozen Meat Food Importers Association Sabah is unhappy over the increase in the tariff on imported frozen foods from April 1.

World

Ukraine parliament ratifies protocol to join WTO

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's parliament ratified a protocol on joining the World Trade Organisation on Thursday, clearing the final hurdle to membership after more than 14 years of negotiations.

Business

Rice price rise may prompt Government review

THE current surge in the international price of rice amid tightness in global supply is likely to prompt the Government to consider a more realistic stand on the nation's food security issues.

Business

Rice climbs to record high, corn also surges

Rice climbed to a record and corn traded near its highest ever on speculation the 3% annual increase in global demand for cereals will outstrip supply as governments curb exports to prevent protests.

Nation

Ex-top cop to clean up Indon embassy

In the aftermath of the shocking passport renewal scam involving two of its ambassadors here, Indonesia is sending another retired national police chief as ambassador to Malaysia.