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Cambodia steps up bird flu watch

Health experts will ramp up surveillance for bird flu in Cambodia after a woman was confirmed to have died of the disease in the country's first human fatality, Cambodia's Health Ministry and the World Health Organisation said yesterday.

Shaanxi vows to raise people's living standards

The inland north-western province of Shaanxi, where a large number of people live in poverty, will make greater efforts to improve living standards over the next five years.

Polls will determine survival of Thai democracy

In seven days, we will find out if Thai democracy will survive with the same form and substance that we have fought for with blood, sweat and tears in the 73 years since 1932. Or will it mutate into a different type of political system, with user-friendly coined labels chosen by the powers that be?

Zoo visitors to see vets treating animals

A NEW 'attraction' will be added to the Singapore Zoo early next year when its new animal hospital is ready - visitors will have the chance to watch how sick animals are treated.

Measles deaths a 'wake-up call'

The tragic deaths of 14 Penans in Sungai Urun, Belaga district, from measles is a #8220;frightening wake-up call#8221; to everyone, said an environmental watchdog group.

A boost for biotechnology

Biotechnology has been identified by the Malaysian Government as one of five core technologies that will accelerate Malaysia's transformation and leapfrog her to highly industrialised nation status by 2020.

Rehab centre for workers injured at workplace

The Government will set up a rehabilitation centre for injured workers this year, catering to those with neck, back and limb injuries.

MRCS shifts focus to sending aid fast

The Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) has received RM10.65mil in cash donations since the start of collections for the victims of the Dec 26 tsunami.

Versatile Vernessa

Najib: Don’t go to Aceh until situation improves

Malaysians must not go to Aceh now because of security concerns, a lack of facilities and they may disrupt relief efforts, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.