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‘Condoms’ save HK’s palm trees from vandals

B>HONG KONG:/BPalm trees along the Kowloon waterfront here were saved from New Year's vandals by protective 'condoms' fitted to their trunks, officials said yesterday.

Lifestyle

Rotarians, youngsters go caving

The trip to the Gua Tempurung was the culmination of three months of hard work. YONG SIEW ONN only regret is that he didn't get to do this, maybe, 20 years ago.

Letters

Rectify defects at Batu Caves temple

From K. KANGATHARAN, Singapore

Other Sport

Fans seek divine help as Cup frenzy grips Ganguly's hometown

Fans thronged temples for prayers and national flags were fluttering atop local clubs in this cricket-mad city yesterday as India prepared for their opening World Cup tie against minnows Holland.

Business

Ambient media no fad

BIG Events Sdn Bhd, which sells advertising space for Putraline (formerly Putra-LRT), has done a lot to popularise advertising and promotions at the stations and on the trains.

Education

Designing glamour

Beauty, indeed, lies in the eye of the beholder when it comes to fashion. Whether it's haute couture, avant-garde or off-the-rack, fashion has no boundaries and the potential for new ideas is limitless.

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Help turn stodgy city-state into fun place, youth urged

Straight-laced Singapore is urging its young people to figure out what turns them on and help the government make it less boring, a lawmaker said yesterday.

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Orchard Road venue for second street festival

THE young and the restless will have Orchard Road as their playground come May 31.

Lifestyle

Artist colony in the making

A quiet revolution is taking place in the sleepy hollow of Malacca. Not to worry, there is no violence or mayhem involved, just plenty of creative juices at work as more and more artists set up home and gallery in the historic town#8217;s shophouses and, in the process, expand an exciting dimension of tourists attractions, writes VICTOR CHIN.