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Save those leftovers

WINE has many enemies, including heat, oxygen and bacteria. In our tropical weather, an opened bottle of unfinished wine will 'turn' very quickly.

Hope for 'green cars'

THE future is here as Japan recently launched #8216;green cars#8217; which run on fuel cells, writes CHANG-RAN KIM.

Dangerous liaisons

A book review by Hariati Azizan.

Last decade for leatherbacks

Leatherback sea turtles, the one-tonne giants that once swam with the dinosaurs, could be driven to extinction within 10 years, scientists warned the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting at Denver, the United States, recently.

Benefits of soups

Is soup nutritious? Chinese mothers are always telling their children who are in a hurry to go to work to sip some soup, which has been boiled for hours, to replenish their energy.

A new frontier

Brunei conjures images of an old Sultanate of vast wealth, and ... well, that#8217;s it really. Who could have guessed that some of Asia#8217;s most thrilling eco-adventures can be found right in Brunei#8217;s backyard. ERIK FEARN reports.

Dreams of glory

DAVID BLAIR charts the career of Saddam Hussein, from party assassin to Iraq#8217;s military leader and feared despot.

Oiled for F1 success

Shell supplies Ferrari's F1 team with specially produced motor oils and low sulphur petrol. At every race, it maintains a 'Track Lab' that gives instant updates each time Schumacher or Barichello return to the pit.

No refuge for troubled ships

When a tanker#8217;s in trouble, where can it go? Nowhere, writes BARRY JAMES.

Keeping the engine cool

Q A session with I>Daddy Fixit/I>.