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Clear skies in Dumai, but for how long?

SINGAPORE: As soldiers and firefighters from Jakarta pull out of Riau province in Indonesia and environment ministers from the region meet in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, life is back to normal for residents in Dumai, the Indonesian city at the epicentre of the region’s worst haze to date.

Major boost

With new initiatives introduced to attract golfers from other parts of Australia and across Asia, golf tourism looks set for a boom on the Gold Coast.

Stylish and safe living Park

KUCHING: Park Residence at Tabuan Tranquility offers contemporary living in a safe neighbourhood that is suitable for young families.

Artificial nests viable solution to help increase hornbill population

KUCHING: Artificial nests are a viable solution to help increase hornbill population, such as the one at Piasau Camp, Miri.

Take the good and the bad in your stride

in 2009, I fell in love with the woman who recently became my wife. On Monday I will be celebrating my one-month wedding anniversary and it has indeed been a wonderful and memorable four-year journey up to our marriage.

More surveillance at KLIA transit

PETALING JAYA: Surveillance will be increased at several secluded spots not under the radar of close-circuit cameras at the KLIA transit area to prevent stranded passengers from hiding or living there.

Guinea counts dead, arrests suspects as calm returns to southeast

CONAKRY (Reuters) - Authorities in Guinea on Thursday identified bodies of people hacked and burned to death and rounded up dozens of suspects after days of ethnic clashes that killed 58 people and injured at least 160 more, officials said.

BSkyB extends TV deal with English soccer's lower level

LONDON (Reuters) - Pay TV company BSkyB announced a surprise five-year extension to its deal to show live matches from English soccer's lower tiers on Thursday, an early renewal sparked by BT's entry into the market.

‘What I need is more time’

THERE were tense scenes as Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) personnel attempted to evict the operator of an illegal plant nursery from its land in Bukit Lagong, Sungai Buloh.

Rasa Sayang's new pastry chef is giving light eaters reasons to smile

THE Cheesecakes Galore selection at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa in Penang indulges one with lusciously decadent, sweet confections that deliver heavenly sensations in every bite.