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Shipping’s burden

Shipping faces a turbulent ride on its carbon-cutting quest.

My French affair

A one-on-one interview with French Food at Home host Laura Calder who was in Kuala Lumpur recently for a three-day stint.

Two Koreas snarl at each other, tensions rise

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's already stumbling economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, with both sides intensifying war-like rhetoric.

Two Koreas snarl at each other, tensions rise

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's already stumbling economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, with both sides stepping up their war-like rhetoric.

Two Koreas snarl at each other, tensions rise

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's already stumbling economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, with both sides stepping up their war-like rhetoric.

Whimsical flight

An American pilot wings around the world in search of ... the perfect blueberry muffin!

Can Sime Darby create value?

CLOSE to three years after the much-hyped mega-merger that created the world's largest listed plantation company, the unthinkable has happened. Instead of creating value, value has been destroyed. Massive write-downs from engineering projects gone awry, from a cost standpoint, has hurt the giant. If not for the huge earnings from its core business of plantations, Sime Darby could easily have been crushed by the size of these write-offs, totalling some RM1.9bil since 2004. That's more than half of Sime Darby's group profits for FY2009.

Penang set for historical docking

GEORGE TOWN: Penang is gearing up to receive a visitor from the past when the i>Jewel of Muscat /i>sails into the Tanjung City Marina in two weeks.

Ninth century replica will be sailing the way it was, and arriving June 5

PENANG is set to receive a visitor from the past when the Jewel of Muscat sails into the Tanjung City Marina in two weeks.

Q+A - What's in and behind the Iran sanctions draft?

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China agreed this week on a draft sanctions U.N. Security Council resolution against Iran over its nuclear programme.