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Let’s not be hypocritical

WE WERE at an event launch of a new high-society magazine. We were minding our own business, chatting and flipping through the magazine that was given out to everyone. Suddenly this happens:

Langkawi regatta recognised

THE annual Royal Langkawi International Regatta will turn 10 next year and as a fitting birthday present, the regatta has been accorded a Grade Three championship by the International Sailing Federation (ISAF).

New rules impede treatment of addicts

KUCHING: The recent amendment to the Poisons Act 1952 (Psychotropic Substances) Regulations 2011 can derail the community-based treatment for opioid dependency in Malaysia, and puts doctors in danger of criminal prosecution.

Bags up for redemption

THIS year Guardian is bringing Italian brand Diadora and its lifestyle and luggage series to Malaysia.

Malaysian bags top regional award

LIM Min Syn did Malaysia proud by bagging the Platinum award of the Nippon Paint Young Designer Award (NPYDA) 2011.

Insight - The Wall Street disconnect

NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was a telling moment at the height of the Occupy Wall Street protests.

Greek government readies budget, awaits EU/IMF inspectors

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's national unity government will submit a 2012 austerity budget to parliament on Friday, its first task in meeting the terms of an international bailout to avoid bankruptcy, but a rift widened between the coalition's main parties.

IMF, World Bank should bring Cuba "in from cold"-report

MIAMI (Reuters) - The international development community, especially financial institutions like the IMF and World Bank, and the United States should reach out to communist Cuba as it pursues economic reforms and bring it

Sarkies brothers ran a chain of prestigious hotels in Penang

THE Kardashian sisters may be the most famous Armenian family globally but in South East Asia, the Sarkies brothers are historical heroes especially among hoteliers.

Insight - The Wall Street disconnect

NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was a telling moment at the height of the Occupy Wall Street protests.