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Nation

Price of taugeh going up by 10 sen

The humble I>taugeh/I(bean sprouts), a popular and cheap vegetable, has not been spared the effects of spiralling prices.

Nation

Veggie farmers have to switch to reuseable packaging

Vegetable farmers here have to stop using traditional bamboo baskets for sending their produce to Singapore by Jan 1.

World

Ukraine starts destroying birds in flu-hit areas

NEKRASOVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukrainian troops moved from house to house on Sunday in five villages where a virulent strain of bird flu has been detected, removing domestic birds for a mass cull in pits being excavated by diggers.

Community

Forum on government funding for SMEs

A FORUM on government financing and information communication technology for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will be held on Jan 7 at the Industrial Training Institute in Nibong Tebal.

Community

Aid for heart patient

B>W/B>HEN it rains, it really pours for heart patient Ch'ng Ah Bah.

AseanPlus News

Nguyen’s twin found guilty in samurai sword attack

The brother of an Australian drug runner hanged in Singapore was convicted over a savage samurai sword attack but details of the case were suppressed amid fears they could jeopardise clemency appeals, it was reported yesterday.

World

Protesters held as 1,000th U.S. execution nears

RALEIGH, N.C. (Reuters) - A convicted killer prepared to die on Friday in the 1,000th execution in the United States since the reinstatement of the death penalty after a final bid for clemency failed to bring a reprieve.

World

U.N. urges "exceptional response" to AIDS crisis

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The United Nations used World AIDS Day on Thursday to call for an

World

U.N. urges "exceptional response" to AIDS crisis

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The United Nations used World AIDS Day on Thursday to call for an

World

Partial face transplant raises ethical concerns

LONDON (Reuters) - The world's first partial face transplant has given hope to people disfigured by burns or accidents but raises psychological and ethical issues for the recipient and donor family, medical experts said on Thursday.