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Saving the world’s largest butterfly

An example of how the oil palm industry has set aside some land and funds to conserve a magnificent but endangered creature.

‘Vital to conserve Batu Caves’

THE Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) has identified Batu Caves as an area of great importance for conservation.

The world’s most magnificent railway stations – Kuala Lumpur's included!

Let’s take a look at the most striking railway stations around the world.

An Irishman, truly Malaysian

PETALING JAYA: At the launch of his book Servant of Sarawak in April 2013, Datuk Dr Peter Mooney declared: “J’y suis, j’y reste (Here I am, here I stay).”

Going back in time

A retired British couple talk about their quest to trace the descendants and homes of the old planters of Malaya.

Johor relics predate Malacca

Artefacts dated older than the Malacca Sultanate have been found in the area where the lost city of Kota Gelanggi is said to be located. These finds have reinforced claims of the existence of the ancient site which independent researcher Raimy Che-Ross said he had located last year.

Selangor Sultan to confer awards on 184 recipients

Perak Raja Muda Raja Nazrin Shah heads the list of 184 recipients of awards to be conferred in conjunction with Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah#8217;s 58th birthday on Saturday.

Mixed views on Menzies’ theories

Theories proposed by historian Gavin Menzies that the Chinese discovered America and circumnavigated the globe a century before Ferdinand Magellan has attracted mixed reaction as he wrapped up a series of lectures in Malaysia last Monday.

A peek into life among rubber, oil palm trees

LIKE many people, Mahbob Abdullah's post-retirement plans included doing some writing. After all, anybody who has worked for decades is bound to have tales to relate and a wealth of experience to share.