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Noynoy and the great turnaround

The Philippines is playing a fierce game of catch-up, thanks to the son of the assassinated Benigno Aquino Jr.


160 veterans receive Malaysian Service Medal at special event

A SINGLE tear rolled down retired flight sergeant Zainal Ahmad’s face as a prayer was said for fallen army comrades during the Emergency and Communist insurgency.


VW identifies more cars with emission problem

WOLFSBURG: Volkswagen AG said 430,000 of its new cars had “implausible” carbon dioxide (CO2) ratings as it continues talks with regulators in an attempt to address the emissions cheating crisis.


More high-rises for Sarawak

KUCHING: To prevent Sarawak’s towns and cities from sprawling further, the state Government will allow housing density to increase.


Apologise or get sued, Jamil Khir tells NOW

PUTRAJAYA: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom is prepared to go to court to clear himself of allegations that he had abused funds meant for orphans and the poor.


Some small cap shares worth looking at, during these tough times

SELECTIVE small cap consumer stocks seem to be weathering the weak sentiment on the Kuala Lumpur stock market quite well as they represent resilient stock picks for the longer term.


Quake-hit KK villages get water tanks

KOTA KINABALU: Some 16 villages in Ranau who are still facing water woes following the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake will receive 160 plastic water tanks donated by companies and the public.


Stopped buses under an elevated walkway in Puchong is worsening traffic

DESPITE having a new solar powered bus shelter worth RM80,000, passengers still choose to wait for transport at the elevated walkway at Jalan Utama, Batu 14, Puchong.


Yuan’s rise means world economy takes step to greater stability

BEIJING: With China’s yuan taking the biggest step yet toward joining the US dollar and euro as a top-rank reserve currency, the global economy may be approaching an era of greater stability.


Turkey sees China joining G-20 unity against ‘currency wars’

ANTALYA: Group of 20 nations including China are united in rejecting policies that risk triggering currency wars while trying to bolster economic growth, according to the Turkish host government.