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Budget talk hardly takes off

DEBATE on the Budget 2014 hardly took off last week because the MPs were preoccupied with arguing on the use of executive jets by both the Prime Minister and his wife.

Community

Reaping the benefits of going green

AMBASSADORS from several European nations shared how their countries had benefitted from green practices and sustainable development in a forum here.

Community

Envoy turns 'trishawman'

IT was a good workout for head of the European Union (EU) delegation to Malaysia Luc Vandebon when he rode a trishaw from the E&O Hotel Penang to Fort Cornwallis in George Town, Penang, with his wife as the passenger.

Community

Johari: State can attract 20-30% of 36 million visitors targeted for 2020

KUCHING: It is crucial for Sarawak to play its cards right over the next few years if it wants to win a good slice of the national target of 36 million tourist arrival by 2020.

World

Saudi Arabia, Kuwait tighten controls on clerics

DUBAI/KUWAIT (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have been quietly reining in their clerics on concerns that preachers could use their influence to stir up trouble and inflame sectarian divisions at a time of high tension over the crises in Syria and Egypt.

Community

Financial help for Hindu temples

SELANGOR government has decided to only award financial assistance to Hindu temples registered with the Malaysian Hindu Sangam.

Community

Time to improve airport toilets

KUCHING: Airports need to maintain clean and dry toilets as part of their efforts in creating a safe and secure aviation facility for all across Sarawak.

World

Mayor of Ugandan capital impeached, critics blame Museveni

Kampala (Reuters) - The mayor of Kampala was forced from office on Monday in an impeachment vote some political analysts branded as a power grab by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and the move sparked street clashes in the capital.

AseanPlus News

Pacific faces big economic losses from climate change

SYDNEY, Nov 26, 2013 (AFP) - The Pacific region faces serious economic losses due to climate change and it is critical that nations causing the problem step in to help, the Asian Development Bank said Tuesday.

AseanPlus News

Climate change will cause 'serious economic losses' in Pacific

SYDNEY (AFP): The Pacific region faces serious economic losses due to climate change and it is critical that nations causing the problem step in to help, the Asian Development Bank said Tuesday.