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Instructions For A Heatwave

Buy it, read it, cherish it, share it with your friends, share it with your book-loving colleagues, share it with random strangers passing on the street, because this will be one of the best books you will read this year.


Senheng helps to grow a forest

Reforestation effort in Sabah gets a helping hand from corporate sector.


Saving the great animal migrations

The annual movement of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and Thomson’s gazelle in East Africa are under threat.


Oil palm leftovers as food for livestock

Oil palm kernel meal feeds the world’s livestock.


Low-maintenance is key trend for outdoor spaces in 2014

Native plants and vegetable gardens also preferred.


No fazing them

The children have been better at coping with dry taps and smoky air.


The water-energy pact

World Water Day 2014 focuses on the deep-rooted relationship between water and energy.


Tumbleweed invasion! Rolling bush from Western flicks morphs into plague

Like a scene out a B-grade horror movie, persistent drought in a small US town has spawned monstrous tumbleweeds that have attacked the town and trapped people inside.


Serious matter: Native American Indians do rain dance in ancient ritual

Modern Americans turn to their versions of bomohs — Native American Indians — and an ancient ritual in the face of a persistent drought.


World Vision's Marilee Pierce has the heart of an angel

Charity organisation World Vision was born out of one man’s desire to end poverty. Today, the charity helps millions of children in over 100 countries.