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FDIs into Malaysia up 52.8% to US$6.1bil in 2006

Foreign direct investments (FDIs) into Malaysia surged 52.8% to US$6.1bil last year, according to the United Nations Conference of Trade And Development (Unctad) World Investment Report 2007.

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Poll shows solid support for Henry

Most New Zealanders say All Blacks coach Graham Henry should be retained despite the team's worst ever rugby World Cup performance, according to a survey released yesterday.


Shah Alam set to be most liveable knowledge city

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he writes on what city dwellers yearn for - to live and work in a city free from traffic jams and pollution with plenty of job opportunities, where the cost of living is low and lots of greenery.


CPO positive for near term

Forecasting Price Trends: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on Crude Palm Oil, Soyoil, Cocoa and Cash Tin.

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Johor FC make sweeping changes but keep coach

Super League club side Johor FC have made some sweeping changes to the team for the new season after failing to win any silverware last season.

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Brunei DPMM eye Malaysia Cup

Brunei DPMM have set their sights on winning the Malaysia Cup.

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Siew Bee our first woman to compete in sanshou

With no background in martial arts training, Ding Siew Bee had no idea where she was heading when she attended basic kickboxing classes two years ago.

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Pacquiao pummels Barrera in super featherweight fight

The Philippines' Manny Pacquiao scored a unanimous decision over Marco Antonio Barrera in their WBC super featherweight clash in Las Vegas on Saturday, bringing the curtain down on the Mexican idol's career.


Transplant survivor Yeow’s is a hot shuttler

Yeow Kok Keong had to play second fiddle in the badminton singles event at the recent World Transplant Games in Bangkok for the first time in six years.


Much ado about morals

Despite a revised curriculum in 2003, Moral Education has continued to draw flak. Should the subject be retained or should it be replaced?