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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.

Factbox: 2017 Rugby Championship squads and fixtures

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Factbox on the Rugby Championship, the southern hemisphere test competition between New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Argentina, which starts on Saturday (all times GMT):

100 glorious years of palm oil in Malaysia

The oil palm is deeply rooted in the country's economic and social history.

‘Vital to conserve Batu Caves’

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

MNS: Batu Caves of great importance for conservation

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) has identified Batu Caves as an area of great importance for conservation.

Planter's heritage: Preserving an important past

Preserving colonial buildings on oil palm plantations is a recognition of the industry’s history and contribution to the country.

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).”

Sime unit completes NBPOL buy

KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd (SDP), a subsidiary of Sime Darby Bhd, has completed the acquisition of New Britain Palm Oil Ltd (NBPOL) and appointed five representatives to the board of NBPOL.

Sime Darby Plantation completes acquisition of Papua New Guinea's NBPOL

KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Plantation (SDP), the plantation arm of Sime Darby Bhd, completed its acquisition of Papua New Guinea-based New Britain Palm Oil Ltd (NBPOL) on Monday, bringing its total land bank to almost one million hectares spread out over five countries.