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A club, made up of businessmen from various sectors, donated RM20,000 to the Utar development fund at its second anniversary dinner on Monday night.
After being emptied of their pockets at gunpoint in Bangladesh, four men from India have not been deterred to carry out what they had set out to do #8211; spread the message about the dangers of AIDS and the need for world peace, by cycling around the globe.
MALAYSIA'S capital city is continuously improving its services and facilities to meet standards that will please both visitors and local citizens. In this third and last part of a series, Datuk Bandar DATUK MOHMAD SHAID MOHD TAUFEK talks about what it takes to make Kuala Lumpur a worldclass city.
As most of us are aware, during the course of history, cities play a vital role in facilitating the process of economic growth, social development and technological innovations.
Shenzhen is considered 'mid-sized' by Chinese standards. A city is only classified as 'big' if its population ranges between seven and 10 million. Cities like Shanghai and Beijing would fall into this category, FAM LEE KEN writes.
Planktonologist Dr Wan Maznah Wan Omar won the draw on the sighting of the first iceberg, which is taller than the ship's four-storey bridge, writes Universiti Sains Malaysia's Muka Head Marine Research Station director Assoc Prof Dr Zulfigar Yasin in the third part of his series on the Malaysian team's expedition to the white continent.
Work to demolish 17 blocks of flats in Indera Mahkota here, which had been declared unsafe following the discovery of structural defects, will take about four months.
From Bulbir Singh, Seremban.
Managing a resort or hotel recreation programme requires loads of energy and creativity, but Shangri-La Golden Sands' director of recreation Andrew Casci takes it in his stride and in fact loves every minute of the job.
The School of Marketing, Tourism and Leisure at Edith Cowan University (ECU) won the Western Australian Award in 2001 for being the number one provider of tourism education in the state.