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Sea Shepherd challenges shark kill policy in Australia

SYDNEY: Militant environmental group Sea Shepherd on Wednesday said it is seeking a Supreme Court injunction to halt a controversial shark culling policy in Western Australia.

Community

Temple holds its second blood donation drive

MALACCA: In an effort to make people feel that blood donation is also a pious act, Zhang Sheng Temple held its second blood donation drive at its temple compound.

Community

Limited-edition watch to mark Year of the Horse released

SWISS WATCHMAKER Epos recently released its limited-edition Horse Watch, a collectors’ item for connoisseurs of fine watches.

Philippines

New haul of exotic animals seized in Philippines

MANILA (AFP) - Wildlife authorities said Tuesday they had seized nearly 100 exotic animals that had been smuggled into the southern Philippines in the second such haul in just two weeks.

World

Venezuela protest leader 'alone but firm' in jail cell

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan protest leader Leopoldo Lopez is being held alone in a small cell at a military jail but remains strong and wants his supporters to stay in the streets, his family says.

Nation

Retiree gets 28 stitches after German Shepherd attack

GEORGE TOWN: A retiree received 28 stitches on the head, arm and thigh after she was attacked by her neighbour’s German Shepherd in Bukit Jambul here.

Opinion

Listen and fix what is not right, it helps move us forward

HAPPY Year of the Horse! The horse happens to be one of my favourite animals and a favourite pet before I came over to Malaysia and left it all behind for a life of adventure, learning and career development.

Nation

Tests conducted on 800 wild animals reveal shocking results

KUALA LUMPUR: Seven new viruses have been discovered in about 800 animals sampled in Malaysian forests last year.

Business

Duo's passion for organising tours builds a thriving company

Leisure travel used to be viewed as something of a luxury enjoyed by the well-to-do, but thanks to budget airlines and do-it-yourself Internet options, more people are taking the opportunity to see the world these days.

Nation

10 water-saving tips

PETALING JAYA: With the spectre of dry taps and water rationing looming over millions of Malaysians this dry season, one question comes to mind - what can we do to play our part in saving water?