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Local raw bird's nest prices expected to recover following lifting of ban

KUCHING: Local raw bird’s nest prices are expected to recover with higher demand following China’s lifting of the ban on the import of the delicacy from Malaysia.


Cop among trio charged with gang robbery

KUALA LUMPUR: A police constable was among three men who pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here to committing gang robbery for a smartphone.


Australia tightens secrecy over 'success' in blocking asylum seekers

Canberra (Reuters) - Australia's government on Wednesday touted its success in deterring asylum seekers from arriving by boat, even as it moved to further restrict access to information about its secretive immigration policies.


Ukraine court bans protests in central part of capital Kiev

KIEV (Reuters) - A Ukrainian court published on Wednesday a ban on protests in central Kiev, boosting opposition fears of a crackdown on rallies where hundreds of thousands have demonstrated against President Viktor Yanukovich.


Councillors disgruntled military-trained enforcement officers not sent on high-risk operations

THE final Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) full board meeting of 2013 saw plenty of words being exchanged, especially over the utilisation of the newly-formed special unit of enforcement officers back in November 2013.


Higher prices dampen Chinese New Year spirit

MALACCA: Lunar New Year revellers are apparently paying more while shopping for delicacies and food items to celebrate the coming Lunar Year of the Horse.


Miss Korea wins subsidiary title of Miss Charity Queen

Slender Miss Korea Tourism, Noh Kyung Min, walked away with the Miss Charity Queen subsidiary title awarded by Mah Sing Group Bhd.


Owner of heritage hotel follows modest lifestyle and believes in equality

MALACCA: With tattered jeans and T-shirt, it is a common sight to see a 55-year-old bachelor going around a latest boutique hotel in Portuguese Settlement armed with a broom and a cloth.


Religious strife will adversely affect multi-million VMY 2014, says politician

KUCHING: Increasing religious strife could hurt the success rate of Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2014, said Sarawak PKR chief Baru Bian.


The most precious wealth

Three greatest blessings that we should be grateful for are good health, family and true friends.