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10-day DIY hypnosis course to solve problems

IN the relentless search for New Age solutions, some Singaporeans are paying up to S$2,600 (RM5,668) for a 10-day course to fix their inadequacies.

Nation

Potential savings in energy use

A Malaysia Energy Centre audit conducted last year in 24 Malaysian-based factories has revealed the potential for reductions in energy costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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Germany's chancellor visits Indonesia

German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder met with the Indonesian president Wednesday in talks aimed at bolstering relations and promoting trade with the world's largest Muslim nation

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Singapore a paper junkie

Singapore is one of the biggest paper users in the world, second only to the United States.

Education

Views on its value

IS doing the MBA worthwhile? I>StarEducation /I>approached some people and came up with a sampling of opinions.

Nation

RM70m gone to waste in 48 factories

Industrial factories are wasting about 23% of energy consumption or RM70mil yearly, said Deputy Energy, Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Tan Chai Ho.

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Yayasan Sabah venturing into oil palm plantation

Yayasan Sabah is moving towards becoming one of the biggest oil palm plantation players in the state with the opening of more than 66,000ha for the crop in the south-eastern region of Kalabakan.

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Juicy rewards as nuke scientists split bananas

Indian nuclear scientists say they have unpeeled one of the great mysteries of the soft-drinks world - how to extract juice from bananas cheaply and simply.

Nation

Oil palm plan for logged area

The controversial 50,000ha of logged over area in the Kalabakan secondary forest reserve, close to the renowned wildlife corridor of Maliau basin and Danum valley, will be converted into an oil palm plantation.

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Bamboo better than acacia

The Sabah government made a mistake more than 20 years ago in its decision to cultivate fast-growing acacia trees on thousands of hectares of land.