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Aussie officials spoil duo's holiday

Two Malaysians who had hoped to spend the New Year in Australia were sent home after airport officials there suspected them of being terrorists with plans to wreak havoc.

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Syed Hamid: Don't go to places that label us terrorists

Malaysians have been advised against visiting countries that are antagonistic towards Malaysia to avoid facing problems such as possible mistreatment by officials in the countries.

Lifestyle

Spiritual Angkor Wat

The famed Angkor Wat is best seen in the afternoon and best kept for last. The most beautiful of all the shrines, it was constructed in the early 12th century and was once the key capital of a vast and significant empire that stretched across South-East Asia.

Education

Doctored degrees

There is a mad rush for PhDs these days, with people willing to fork out large sums of money for an elevated status.

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PPP: Set up eye clinics for all schoolchildren

The People's Progressive Party (PPP) has urged the Education and Health Ministries to work together and set up eye clinics for all schoolchildren.

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Samy: Tamil schools did well

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said the sweeping improvement of Tamil schools in the UPSR exam has proven critics wrong.

Other Sport

College's PTA chip in to fund team's challenge in the MJHL

Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar (MSAB), better known as English College, have their Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) to thank for as they make a bid for a top two finish in Division Two of the Malaysia Junior Hockey League (MJHL) which begins on Feb 8.

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Pahang slaps freeze order

Pahang has ordered a stop to all development projects on Cameron Highlands, following a nationwide uproar over the illegal clearing by contractors of some eight hectares of land on the hill station.

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NGOs: No excuse for breaking environs laws

Local non-governmental organisations denounced the incident involving the levelling of a plot of land in Cameron Highlands, saying there was no justification for the act which breaks guidelines and regulations.

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ICRC hires 10 drivers for West Asian duty

The International Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (ICRC) has recruited 10 Malaysian truck drivers for work in West Asia, in the event of a war in Iraq.