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MATTA Fair is here again and as usual, the best travel and tour deals are offered. However, from today to Sunday, make a date with Angel Tours for the best of the best. A total of 34 years in the travel and tour trade and still going strong in the face of stiff competition, Angel Tours is able to assure that all your discerning needs are met with satisfaction.

Dream comes true for Brunei's first female Olympian

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Maziah Mahusin's anxious wait is over and her dreams are about to be realised, the 400 metres hurdler has been granted a universality place at the London Games and will proudly become Brunei's first female Olympian.

Observation for the nation

The EC is doing something unprecedented in inviting local NGO observers for the coming general election.

Battle of the sexes swings from ring to pool

LONDON (Reuters) - Women boxers have claimed an early victory at the 2012 Olympics by knocking out the last all-male sport but the battle for sex equality at the Games rages on, and not just among women - male synchronized swimmers are also demanding equal rights.

Murray faces stress hurdle for final place

LONDON: Andy Murray must overcome stress and British expectations as much as French opponent Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in his best chance yet to reach a first Wimbledon final.

Battle of the sexes swings from ring to pool

LONDON (Reuters) - Women boxers have claimed an early victory at the 2012 Olympics by knocking out the last all-male sport but the battle for sex equality at the Games rages on, and not just among women - male synchronized swimmers are also demanding equal rights.

Losing hair a new female woe

Hair loss is becoming more of a woman’s problem, no thanks to changing lifestyle patterns.

Superb sports-speak

The recent Euros produced a treasure trove of well-written articles on football. For fans, this is a rousing way to improve one’s English.

What a drag, Israeli firm grows "highless" marijuana

SAFED, Israel (Reuters) - They grow in a secret location in northern Israel. A tall fence, security cameras and an armed guard protect them from criminals. A hint of their sweet-scented blossom carries in the air: rows and rows of cannabis plants, as far as the eye can see.

What a drag, Israeli firm grows "highless" marijuana

SAFED, Israel (Reuters) - They grow in a secret location in northern Israel. A tall fence, security cameras and an armed guard protect them from criminals. A hint of their sweet-scented blossom carries in the air: rows and rows of cannabis plants, as far as the eye can see.