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Kuli Waterfall in Sabah now part of conservation programme

FOREST ranger Jasrin Gindar recalls feeling a rush of exhilaration as he and a group of rangers stumbled upon magnificent cascades of water rushing down in twin falls deep in the unchartered forest of Imbak Canyon Conservation Area (ICCA) located in the heart of Sabah.

Selfish of parents not to get children immunised

CYBERJAYA: Parents who claimed to be exercising their right not to get their children vaccinated are being selfish, said Selangor Health director Datuk Dr Zailan Adnan.

Australia in political limbo

SYDNEY: Australia is in a political limbo after voters failed to hand Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull the stability he craved in calling an election, with the nation instead facing the prospect of a hung parliament.

Traffic tax plan stirs debate

Beijing: Debate is heating up here as municipal officials continue to discuss the possibility of bringing in a congestion tax to try to make motorists think twice about driving into the city’s high-traffic areas.

Be smart and patient drivers to avoid mishaps, says cop

RAUB: Smart, wise and patient road users can avoid accidents.

Mamee Double Decker celebrates its 45th year with activities for the public

MALACCA: As part of its 45th anniversary, Mamee Double Decker (M) Sdn Bhd celebrates this holy month of Ramadan within Klang Valley and Malacca by giving away gifts packs and sponsorships.

Chee cheong fun business still thriving after 50 years

LOH Chee Meng used to ride a bicycle to sell chee cheong fun from dawn to dusk.

Giving it my best

A job worth doing is worth doing well, as they say. That’s the motto that Ben Teo Beng Huat has always subscribed to, and it has taken him from hawker to chair manufacturer. LIM WING HOOI has the story.

High price to pay for security

SECTION 6, Petaling Jaya, residents want the authorities to review the requirements for setting up a guarded community, claiming there was too much red tape and it would be too costly for those in the average income bracket.

Spare a thought for rescue services personnel on duty

PETALING JAYA: Hari Raya is a time when many Malay­sians gather with family and friends to celebrate but for Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department personnel, duty must always come first.