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Illegal gold prospector killed

KUCHING: A 28-year-old man who was prospecting for gold some 24m underground at Gunung Tabai in Taiton, Bau died when a slab of rock collapsed on him.


Quaint touch of magic

WHAT Ng Chai Tiam touches may not turn into gold. But his magical hands can work wonders, transforming what can be plain and unattractive traditional Chinese clogs into vibrant works of art.


A glimpse into the development of green buildings

IT IS good news for the environment if more developers in Malaysia are jumping on the green bandwagon.


Taiwan-bound orchestra aiming for good showing

THE Chinese orchestra of SMJK (C) Jit Sin Bukit Mertajam is eyeing international recognition when it takes part in the Asia Pacific Chinese Orchestra Competition in Taiwan from March 30 to April 7.


ATM glitches, power outages jolt stressed Tokyo

TOKYO (Reuters)- Malfunctioning bank machines and theats of power outages on Thursday jolted a stressed Tokyo where millions stocked up on rice and other essentials, stayed indoors or crowded into airports during Japan's nuclear crisis.


Brief ATM shutdown jolts stressed Tokyo

TOKYO (Reuters)- Two hours of malfunctioning ATMs at Japan's second-largest bank on Thursday jolted a stressed Tokyo where millions were stocking up on essential supplies and staying indoors during Japan's nuclear crisis.


Great digital leap into the after world

FANCY an iPad for only RM9.80? Or a 13.3-inch dual-core processor laptop for under RM12?


Selangor come out tops again in cross country championship

SELANGOR, for the fourth straight season, became the overall champions in the Milo-Malaysian Schools Sports Council (MSSM) cross country championships in Kuching, Sarawak recently.


Kenny G to entertain fans in KL on May 24

IN A recording career that spans almost three decades and 23 albums, Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Kenny G has merged elements of RB, pop and Latin to a jazz foundation solidifying his reputation as a gifted artist in contemporary jazz.


iPad and iPhone 4 among Qing Ming offerings for the dead

GEORGE TOWN: In a store here, there is an iPad going for only RM9.80, a 13.3-inch dual-core processor laptop for under RM12 and an iPhone 4 for a mere RM2.