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Facebooking or tweeting while driving

PETALING JAYA: Traffic authorities have warned against the dangerous trend among Malaysian motorists who are on Facebook, Twitter or uploading photos while driving.

UK won't see big windfall from Olympics

LONDON: London's 2012 Olympic Games will bring no meaningful long-term benefit to Britain's beleaguered economy, but they might give it a brief shot in the arm, according to a firm majority of economists polled by Reuters.

It’s a dangerous world out there

Naive politics will create uncertainty and undermine public confidence.

Break after work good idea

KUCHING: Giving employees a five or 10-minute break to unwind before they go home is a good proposal that can help to reduce the chances of road accidents.

More public-centric website

KUCHING: Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy’s (SCORE) soon-to-be-relaunched online media effort will allow public participation.

Cricket: Tahir ready for Oval turn as Proteas lose De Lange

LONDON: South Africa spinner Imran Tahir hopes The Oval proves a happy hunting ground when the Proteas take on England at the London venue during next week's first Test.

Bukit Kiara to stay as a green lung

GEORGE TOWN: Clearing works being done at the Bukit Kiara public park in Kuala Lumpur are to ensure it stays a green lung reserve.

UK won't see big windfall from Olympics - Reuters poll

LONDON (Reuters) - London's 2012 Olympic Games will bring no meaningful long-term benefit to Britain's beleaguered economy, but they might give it a brief shot in the arm, according to a firm majority of economists polled by Reuters.

UK won't see big windfall from Olympics - Reuters poll

LONDON (Reuters) - London's 2012 Olympic Games will bring no meaningful long-term benefit to Britain's beleaguered economy, but they might give it a brief shot in the arm, according to a firm majority of economists polled by Reuters.

Australia's Lee retires from international cricket

(Reuters) - Australian fast bowler Brett Lee retired from international cricket on Friday, just days after he was forced to return home from England after sustaining another injury and a few months before he had pencilled in a possible exit from the game.