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KUALA LUMPUR: SME Corporation Malaysia and Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) have launched the SME Revitalisation Financing (SMERF) scheme for small businesses severely impacted by the pandemic.
A new early warning system using satellite data to sound the alarm on growing threats to the world’s tropical forests, including worsening drought and logging, aims to stop them reaching a point of no return, scientists said.
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): The rising trend of turtle eggs being sold online since May last year has prompted a group of activists to form a surveillance team known as Turtle Watch Malaysia.
EX-STUDENTS of SMK La Salle, through the Old Lasallians Association Klang (Olak) in association with the Parents Teacher Association (PTA), began a food aid initiative to help out old school friends facing financial difficulties due to job loss, wage cuts and increase in food prices as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
IF you had RM1mil in cash, what would you do? If it is a windfall, it is your lucky day and the mere thought of having so much money can be thrilling.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Norway began their quest for a record-equalling third Olympic gold medal in women's handball with a 39-27 victory over Asian powerhouse South Korea on Sunday, while Brazil frustrated the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) in a 24-24 draw.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Reigning Olympic champions Serbia got their title defence off to a rocky start when they were stunned 13-12 by a clinical Spain in their opening match of the men's water polo competition at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre on Sunday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - France got their Olympic men's soccer campaign back on track as Teji Savanier netted a stoppage-time winner in their 4-3 victory over South Africa on Sunday while defending champions Brazil were held to a goalless draw by Ivory Coast.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Michael Phelps hailed Ahmed Hafnaoui for his “unbelievable swim” on Sunday, saying the 18-year-old Tunisian’s shock victory in the men’s 400m freestyle was a great example of how swimming at the Tokyo Games is likely to have a series of wide open races.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic champions Britain began the women's hockey tournament with a stunning 2-1 loss against Germany on Sunday, while Australia defeated Spain in hot Tokyo conditions.