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ACA completes probe

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) has completed its investigations over the management buyout of the Sabah Land Development Board's (SLDB's) shares in Sapi Plantations Sdn Bhd and also over another case on alleged irregularities in the installation of water meters.


Animal parts worth RM200,000 seized

The Wildlife and National Parks Department seized RM200,000 worth of tiger parts, jackals and a pair of elephant tusks from two different locations on Friday and Saturday #8211; the biggest seizure by the department in recent months.


Handphone hazard

DRIVERS who use a cellular telephone, even with a #8220;hands-free#8221; device, suffer from a kind of tunnel vision that endangers themselves and others, US researchers said.


You should have a choice

WHILE Dr Lim Chin Lam (Jan 27) and Greg Barlow (Jan 29) are correct to highlight the fact that comprehensibility rather than grammatical accuracy is more important in communicating in English, nonetheless, the issue has to be contextualised in terms of the needs and demands of users.


Cleaning up Dirty Harrys



Is War On Iraq Justified?

Readers have their say.


Ministry: Two locals have symptoms of killer disease

The Health Ministry#8217;s Disease Control Department Tuesday received reports on two locals having symptoms similar to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).


Iraqis held for alleged plot to poison water

Several Iraqi suspects were arrested for allegedly planning bomb attacks on leading hotels and plotting to contaminate drinking water.

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Children almost untouched by virus

B>GUANGZHOU:/BA new and often deadly virus which is sweeping the globe has infected thousands, with no apparent regard for race, gender or nationality. But one group has so far come through virtually untouched #8211; children.

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Thousands unable to pay utility bills face power cut

THE prolonged economic downturn has resulted in thousands of families being unable to pay their utility bills and MPs say they are seeing more cases of those who have had their power supply cut off.