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Game for an exciting journey

Camp Rebutia, Gombak was a hive of activity on the morning of March 29, 2003 when 40 noisy, excited kids got off their schoolbus with camping gear in tow, chatting animatedly as they made their way to the campsite.

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More shots at the Super League

The FA of Malaysia (FAM) are likely to provide more teams with a chance of qualifying to the eight-team Super League next season by increasing the number of teams in the playoffs from four to eight.


Grand old man of Chelsea

You don#8217;t survive as a top striker to the age of 36 without the deepest conviction and dedication, SUE MOTT learns in an interview with Gianfranco Zola.

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Argentine Romero back on the goal trail again

Argentine hitman Gustavo Romero is on the hunt again.


Monthly wages for estate workers

I>TAMIL Nesan/Iand I>Malaysia Nanban/Ihighlighted the signing of a collective agreement between the National Union of Plantation Workers (NUPW) and the Malaysian Agricultural Producers Association, which provides for monthly salary for plantation workers.


Overflowing with bodies

Undertaker Hussein Yazir opened the big freezers at the morgue and showed the charred bodies and limbs and body parts lying inside. The morgue, he said, was overflowing with decaying bodies and it attracted so many flies that people came and helped bury some of the bodies.


Japan juggles with bad loan problems

For all the rhetoric of cleaning up banks' bad loan mess once and for all, Japan is expected to hold back on radical action as it tries to shield banks from a financial crisis without triggering one on the way.

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All set for an elite league in Malaysian football next year

The FA of Malaysia (FAM), in their bid to upgrade the quality of domestic competitions, will have a Super League comprising eight teams playing a three-round league.


Joy for some, gloom for others

Despatch from Baghdad: Shahanaaz Habib writes about accountant Asad Mohamad who is no fan of Saddam Hussein but felt hurt when he watched US tanks roll into the city.

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Augusta stand their ground on women membership

A defiant Hootie Johnson stood his ground in the face of an intense grilling on Wednesday, the embattled chairman saying even his death would not change the club's controversial all-male membership policy.