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Cool kebayas for hot weather

The weather on race weekend is expected to be hot, but the Malaysian grid girls will be standing tall and elegantly attired in their race day baju kebayas.


Heat wave causing a ‘rage wave’

THE heat wave sweeping the country is causing a 'rage wave' that is making many people more aggressive and sexually abusive, according to psychology and human development scientist Dr Rozmi Ismail of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.


Trees in bloom as weather hots up

The city is in bloom! More than 1,000 pink trumpet trees are flowering profusely in various parts of Alor Star, giving the city a fresh spring look during the current dreary dry weather.


Farmer suffering big losses due to lack of workers

Amir Zaki Rathi Ishak is in two minds about rehiring illegal workers for his father's farm here.


Tasik Cini feels the heat Drought and logging affecting lake

The prolonged drought and logging operations around the legendary Tasik Cini are affecting the freshwater lake as an attractive tourist spot.


Weather expected to be fair, then stormy

With blue skies in the background and hot weather again, swimmers Jeremy and Nizam are enjoying a cool dip at the Luna swimming pool at Menara Pan Global in Kuala Lumpur Saturday.


Penangites ignore ‘save water’ call

Many Penangites still seem oblivious to the need to save water despite a warning by the Penang Water Supply Corporation Sdn Bhd (PBAPP) that water level at six dams here had dropped to half.


Penangites get reminder as dry spell leaves dams half-full

Penangites have been advised to conserve water as the volume in six dams here has dropped to half.


Hot weather causes dam levels to dip

The current hot spell has caused water levels at all six dams in the Klang Valley to dip over the last two weeks.


Fires under control, but air quality remains low

The peat swamp and forest fires in the country are under control, with the fires in about 70% of the affected areas already doused, said Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.