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Tale of four awful maids

Within 10 days, Yoong Lee Hoon had to contend with not one but four unsatisfactory Indonesian maids.


Iris Corp bids for US e-passport contract

IRIS Corp Bhd is keenly awaiting the results of its bid, in partnership with an American consortium, for a tender to convert all existing US passports into e-passports with enhanced chip-based security features.

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Foreigners enjoy more freedom

FOREIGNERS in China have enjoyed more freedom in travelling, shopping, accommodation and especially in entry and exit, since the country#8217;s own #8220;green card#8221; system was put into effect in August.

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Filipino maids in HK protest fees

More than 200 Filipino maids protested outside their government's consulate-general here yesterday, denouncing its contract and passport fees as a threat to their families' livelihoods, police and an organiser said.


Radio Kampong

A Malaysian goes all out to promote her country in Canada. MICHAEL CHEANG finds out what makes the host of radio show I>Kampong Ku/Itick.

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Manny makes amazing recovery in Singapore

A five-year-old Indonesian girl critically injured in last month's Australian embassy bombing in Jakarta has made a remarkable recovery and will leave hospital this week, press reports said yesterday.


Pahang Sultan wants to drop 'unsuitable' title recipients

Following recent news of #8220;Datuks#8221; being involved in a spate of crimes, the list of potential recipients for Pahang titles in conjunction with the Sultan of Pahang#8217;s 74th birthday on Oct 24 have been handed over to the police for vetting.


Nirmala looked healthy, says agency clerk

On the day she was fetched by the husband of her prospective employer at the maid recruitment agency, Nirmala Bonat looked healthy, an accounts clerk of the agency told the Sessions Court Thursday.


NGOs set up online campaigns

Several signature campaigns and petitions have been initiated by conservation groups voicing their concern and dismay over the approval of the controversial RM40mil marina project in Pulau Tioman.