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Firefly colony in Kampung Dew serves as another eco-tourism destination in Perak

AS NIGHT descends, the serene riverbank of Sungai Dew near Jeti Kelip-Kelip in Kampung Dew slowly unveils itself as a refuge for the firefly colony.

Shielded by sound judgement

MIRI: Sarawak’s multi-racial and multi-religious society has continued to use their sound judgement in shielding themselves from being “inflicted” by extreme racial and religious propaganda.

Artist showcases works depicting country's beauty at solo show

AFTER 34 years of painting, 64-year-old Penang-born and self-taught artist Cheah Ewe Hoon launched her fifth solo art exhibition titled “Beyond Reality” in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Eleven long weekends next year for Malaysians to travel

SIBU: Malaysians will enjoy a total of 11 long weekends next year due to a number of public holidays.

State Barisan far from solving inter-party squabbles

KUCHING: Sarawak Barisan Nasional is far from solving inter-party squabbles, admits PRS president Tan Sri James Masing.

Insight - Nigeria opens long-awaited battle of ideas against Boko Haram

KADUNA Nigeria (Reuters) - In classrooms facing a sandy courtyard in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna, Maska Road Islamic School teaches a creed that condemns the violent ideology of groups like Boko Haram.

Australia confirms refugee deal with Cambodia

SYDNEY: Australia confirmed Thursday it will sign an asylum-seeker resettlement deal with Cambodia in a move slammed by human rights groups as violating the country's international obligations.

Is coexisting hard?

WHEN I was really young, I admired the things I saw on television. I wanted to visit Disneyland, meet Arnold Schwarzenegger, live with people who made all the computer games I enjoyed playing so much.

Hotel group donates RM40,000 to four charitable organisations

THE Royale Chulan & Bintang Hotels are donating RM40,000 to four charitable organisations.

South Africa postpones child travel rules opposed by tourism industry

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa has postponed the implementation of two tighter regulations on travel for children after the tourism industry raised concerns, the department of home affairs said on Tuesday.