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Living out their dream

Dreams do come true. For Robert and Rosemary Forrester, theirs came in the form of a self-contained sailboat they call home.

Isyoda banks on hydraulic and construction works

THE pie in the construction sector may be shrinking but there is still enough work to go around for the big as well as the small players. And with the recent announcement that more pump-priming measures are on the way, construction companies must be rubbing their hands with glee at the possibility of more opportunities.

Moveable multimedia feast

YOU are a busy CEO who loathes getting caught in traffic jams because that keeps you away from your office and delays your appointments. The best you can do to stay in touch is to keep your ear to your cell phone. That was then.

Trio missing at sea still alive, insists family

A fisherman and his two sons have not returned home since Dec 8 when they went to fish in waters off Pulau Aur, and their family believes they are alive on some Indonesian island.

A new man

At this time last year, office worker Ahmad Zabidi Omar woke up every day wracked with pain, and he couldn#8217;t even lift up his baby boy. Visits to GPs and I>tukang urut /I>(traditional masseurs) proved futile and the former football player thought that he would have to endure these pains forever. Then, he tried his luck at his office gym where well-qualified trainers, proper exercises and a sensible diet changed things for the better. Zabidi tells VERONICA SHUNMUGAMB/B>about his success story.

In search of vengeance in Sepang

Ferrari was battered but unbowed after ending a run of 53 consecutive races on the podium at the season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix.

Formidable ways away from the wheel

The rarely interviewed king of Formula One, Michael Schumacher, finds 10 minutes to chat with LOUIS CHEANG and laconically assures competitors that he's not about to retire soon.

Mercedes-Benz to use new model as safety car

Mercedes-Benz will be introducing a new model as the safety car for the Petronas Malaysian F1 Grand Prix this weekend.

Ferrari's bandwagon to roll on

Ferrari is without doubt the most successful team when it comes to the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Alonso is the youngest driver in F1 history to win pole position

Fernando Alonso from Team Renault pulled off a major surprise by becoming the youngest ever driver in Formula One history to grab pole position after emerging fastest in qualifying for the Petronas Malaysian F1 Grand Prix at the Sepang F1 Circuit yesterday.