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Shifting cultivators have started open burning on native customary land in Sarawak for the new harvest season, triggering concerns over air quality.
This year is supposed to be one of celebration for Dama Orchestra. It marks its 10th year but the floods have practically destroyed its founder Khor Seng Chew's work that has been his life-long passion, report JOHNNI WONG and JASON CHEAH.
Last week, we talked about the development of Dubai, an emirate within the United Arab Emirates, with its ambitious real estate, high rise buildings and airline. With 80% of its population expatriates, this Pearl of the Middle East is also tourist-friendly and caters to an international crowd.
THE darkest period may be over but there are still no clear signs of recovery in the local semiconductor industry. Nonetheless, the industry is generally hopeful of a recovery in the second half of this year.
Dubai#8217;s rapid urbanisation is nothing short of breathless. TAN LEE KUEN stopped over briefly and came away suitably impressed.
Australia#8217;s central bank said yesterday it may follow its peers in cutting interest rates if the global economy did not improve, shifting to an easing bias from a neutral stance in place since last November.