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Nation

Pak Lah extends condolences to families

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has sent his condolences to the families of those who died in the express bus accident in Bukit Gantang on Monday.

Community

Tramway proposal for island

The proposed tram services in the George Town heritage area and buffer zones will also serve as another tourism product for Penang.

Community

100 new buses for fleet

A HUNDRED new Rapid Penang buses will be added by end of the year to increase frequency of services.

World

Castro turns 81 out of sight but still present

HAVANA (Reuters) - As Fidel Castro turns 81 on Monday, Cuba watchers see the ailing leader fading into a role equivalent to China's Mao Zedong as his successors grapple with the need to reform the economy while preserving the Communist state.

Letters

Do more for public transport

From Dr CHRIS ANTHONY of Butterworth

World

Castro turns 81 out of sight but still present

HAVANA (Reuters) - As Fidel Castro turns 81 on Monday, Cuba watchers see the ailing leader fading into a role equivalent to China's Mao Zedong as his successors grapple with the need to reform the economy while preserving the Communist state.

Letters

Filled with passion

Singapore not only marks its National Day on a grand scale but has also evolved it into a national icon that stirs the nation's emotions.

AseanPlus News

Beijing halves city traffic

BEIJING yesterday announced a drill to test the effectiveness of the Olympic host city's efforts to improve air quality and ease traffic congestion.

Opinion

Filled with passion

Singapore not only marks its National Day on a grand scale but has also evolved it into a national icon that stirs the nation's emotions.

Community

No LRT stops at three busy spots

Subang Jaya residents with the help of their assemblyman DatukLee Hwa Beng came up with their proposed route and halts for theextended Putra LRT line into Subang Jaya. However, news is thatSyarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (SPNB) has ignored some ofthe proposed halts and is going ahead with their own route instead.StarMetro finds out.