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PENANG’S residential overhang is concentrated in the higher-end market with properties priced from RM500,000 onwards in areas like Mount Erskine, Tanjung Tokong, Batu Ferringhi, Sungai Ara and Bayan Baru.
THE past week has provided a stark reminder that the rabies outbreak in Sarawak is by no means over.
PARIS/BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) - French wine production should recover this year after a weather-ravaged 2017 campaign, forecasts on Friday showed, with a scorching summer boosting grape growth and allowing a very early harvest in eastern regions like Champagne and Alsace.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Turkey's foreign minister said on Friday it would be disastrous to seek a military solution in the northern Syrian region of Idlib, a rebel-held enclave which the Syrian government says it aims to recapture.
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium (Reuters) - Force India fans should continue to refer to the Formula One team by its old name despite the outfit's rebirth as a new mid-season entry with no Indian involvement, boss Otmar Szafnauer said on Friday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's next prime minister is a career public servant from Sydney's southern suburbs who rose to prominence by stopping asylum seekers arriving in Australia by boat and has steered the country's fiscal direction for the past three years.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - South Korea's Olympic committee has said swimmer Kim Hye-jin was kicked by a Chinese swimmer during training at the Asian Games in Jakarta on Thursday.
(Reuters) - A minor fire on the grounds of the Tesla Inc factory in California on Thursday evening was contained by the Fremont fire department, a Tesla spokesperson told Reuters.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Kim Hyun-ji voted for Moon Jae-in to be South Korea's president last year thinking things would improve with his promises to create jobs and address inequality. She now says that was a mistake.