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Making a difference

Volunteers extend a helping hand without expecting anything in return. They travel the extra mile to reach out to those in need just to make the world a better place. This fortnightly column will feature volunteers to share their stories, how they were touched and how they have also touched the hearts of others.


Apek’s firm and club under CCM scrutiny

NATIONAL goalkeeper Khairul Fahmi Che Mat has been advised to register a company and a fan club under his name – both of which are reportedly reaping huge returns – with the Companies Commission of Malaysia.


Salak farmer earns RM2,500 during off-season

MARANG: Unassuming as it may seem, the humble salak fruit is bringing in a steady income for a farmer and his family here even during the fruit’s off-season.


Take it slow

Can slow food ever work in a fast world? Thank goodness some Malaysians seem to think so.We are eaten by food. Food is eating up the earth, its resources and its chance for renewal. – Carlo PetriniIN ...


Volatile year for real estate investment trusts

PETALING JAYA: Headwinds from the gloomy global economic and financial fronts, particularly in the United States and the eurozone, will pose challenges to the performance of the local real estate investment trusts (M-REITs) this year. According to Malaysian REIT Managers Association chairman Stewart Labrooy, the M-REIT sector will face slower growth and competition for tenants as an oversupply situation emerges in the office market leading to lower rental yields.


Cyprus describes S&P rating as high-handed

NICOSIA: Cyprus reacted angrily to Standard and Poors downgrade of its credit rating into junk territory, accusing the ratings agency of highhanded behaviour that ignored the islands moves to reduce its deficit and improve its finances.       


Shares fall as S&P's euro zone downgrades rekindle fears

TOKYO, Jan 16 (Reuters) Asian shares fell on Monday on heightening worries that the mass sovereign debt rating cuts by Standard & Poor's would further aggravate euro zone funding difficulties and recapitalisation, threatening to derail progress in resolving the debt crisis.


Munch, taste and take your time

Can slow food ever work in a fast world? Thank goodness some Malaysians seem to think so.


Insight - Dubbed "Viktator," soccer-mad Hungary PM fights on

FELCSUT, Hungary (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has played soccer at a near-professional level and prides himself as a sportsman, but his respect for the rules of democracy increasingly is being called into question, at home and abroad.


Institutional funds invest in properties overseas to diversify portfolio

INSTITUTIONAL funds including Employees Provident Fund (EPF), Retirement Fund Inc (KWAP), Lembaga Tabung Haji (LTH) and Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) are on the lookout for viable properties overseas to diversify their portfolio and to take advantage of the strong ringgit.