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Community

Channel link proposed

Penang should have a cable car link between Butterworth and George Town as an alternative to the ferry services.

Business

Scomi's future in monorail

Scomi Engineering Bhd is expected to ride the hive of activity and investments ploughed into the oil and gas (OG) sector, but it is the monorail business that is the big and lucrative wild card to its future performance.

Community

Tracking its way to Batu Caves

Work to extend the KTM Komuter service to Batu Caves is proceeding smoothly with over 20% of the project completed since work began in November last year.

AseanPlus News

Bus rides to cost more from next month

BUS rides will cost one to two cents more from Oct 1, when the annual fare revision next kicks in.

Letters

Drivers only need basic medical test

From KELVIN TEH HENG KEAN of Kuala Lumpur

Community

It’s Clean Toilet Month in KL

clean toilets might be the norm instead of the exception soon as Kuala Lumpur City Hall has just launched the Clean Toilet Month campaign to instil public awareness and responsibility in the proper use of public toilets.

Lifestyle

Brand new toys

I AM going to do something different today. Instead of the usual, writing about the photos I have taken in the past, I have been requested by several anxious parties to write about my recent trip to Tokyo, Japan, to cover Nikon Corporation's Japan global launch of their latest and much anticipated flagship digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera, the D3 on Aug 23.

Opinion

Brand new toys

I AM going to do something different today. Instead of the usual, writing about the photos I have taken in the past, I have been requested by several anxious parties to write about my recent trip to Tokyo, Japan, to cover Nikon Corporation's Japan global launch of their latest and much anticipated flagship digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera, the D3 on Aug 23.

Nation

Bomb maker Dulmatin slips back into Sulawesi

Wanted Jemaah Islamiah (JI) bomb expert Dulmatin, who has been hiding in southern Philippines since 2003, is believed to have used Sabah as a transit point two months ago to return to Sulawesi.