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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - America's Cup holders Team New Zealand finally began proper trials of their new class of foiling monohull on Wednesday after rough weather in Auckland scuppered any real chance of testing the 75-foot yacht when it was launched last week.
NANJING, China (Reuters) - On a short stretch of the Yangtze river, three sleek grey porpoises twist in muddy waters near the city of Nanjing, protected from passing barges and ships by a row of yellow buoys.
PETALING JAYA: Thailand’s Prom Meesawat is planning to make another strong impact when he tees up for the first time at the US$300, 000 (RM1.26mil) Sarawak Championship, which takes place at the Damai Golf and Country Club in Kuching this week.
KUALA LUMPUR: Complete Logistic Services Bhd (CLSB) has agreed to sell its forwarding, haulage and warehousing businesses to a Singapore-based shipping company for RM85.6mil.
A GROUP of 12 students from INTI International University and their lecturer, Intan Syafinaz Mohmad Rozee, spent a week in Siem Reap, Kratie and Phnom Penh to learn more about Cambodia.
Up in the Great White North of Canada, our worldly traveller learns the significance of keeping animals wild and free.
Atlanta (Reuters) - Dozens of beachgoers and lifeguards battled to help a pod of pilot whales back into deeper waters after coming too close to the shore of the U.S. state of Georgia earlier this week, although authorities said that three of the animals had died.
GEORGE TOWN: A carcass of a dolphin was found washed ashore along the beach near Permatang Damar Laut near here.
If not, it will be death by plastic pollution for the whole world.
KUSHIRO, Japan (Reuters) - Japanese whaling ships prepared on Sunday to set to sea, with crews gathering on decks in a northern port a day ahead of Japan's first commercial whaling hunt in more than 30 years.