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Brush up on movies for Kiwanis Treasure Hunt 2005

Treasure hunt enthusiasts who feel they are up to the challenge of following clues on movies can sign up for the 22nd Kiwanis Treasure Hunt 2005, themed 'Lights... Camera... Action'.

Higher fuel prices erode MAS third-quarter profit

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) reported yesterday revenue grew RM1.94bil to RM8.25bil for the nine months ended Dec 31, 2004, compared with the corresponding period a year earlier.

Entry of two TV stations a boost to adex last year

ADVERTISERS bought RM4.4bil worth of media space and airtime in the country last year, a whopping 17% jump from 2003.

Boom for Asian budget travel

MANY people in Singapore remembered AirAsia because it was the first low cost carrier (LCC) to give them a taste of low airfares.

Mid frills carrier with high hopes

IT prides itself as the region's only value for money budget airline. That is Valuair, the first mid frills airline that took to the skies in May last year.

Land of sunny skies and faces

The Queensland Tourism Board and Malaysia Airlines invited 10 Malaysian journalists to spend a week finding out why Aussies are always talking up Australia's second largest state, especially its 'Gold Coast'. ELIZABETH LOOI discovers that the Queenslanders do, indeed, have a lot to brag about when it comes to this famous coastal playground.

Couple remanded over murder

A couple has been remanded to assist in investigations into the murder of a Malaysia Airlines engineer on Thursday.

Seminar bonus at travel fair

The potential of I>feng shui/Iin ensuring a good holiday will be among the topics at the tourism seminar at the upcoming Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) Fair 2005, said Tourism Minister Datuk Dr Leo Michael Toyad.

Sarawak plans special deal with SilkAir

Sarawak Tourism Federation plans to work with SilkAir to introduce a special tour package for Singaporeans to visit the Land of the Hornbills.

MAS teams up with SIA and SilkAir

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has entered into a code-share agreement with Singapore Airlines (SIA) and its subsidiary SilkAir with the aim of increasing tourist traffic and reducing costs, which could lead to cheaper fares for travellers.