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- 'Anwar out to fool people with absurd statement'
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- MH370 Tragedy: Bunga Mas Enam sails off to help SAR
- Call traced to co-pilot's phone
- UPDATE : 2 dead as S. Korea ferry with 476 passengers sinks More
INVALUABLE INSIGHT: Collina shares his experience
BELOW ARE some of the accidents, including deaths that involved climbers in Bukit Tabur:
STRICTER: Selangor Forestry Department is charging climbers and limiting their numbers to prevent accidents at Bukit Tabur
KUALA LUMPUR: Those keen to redeem free 11th BOH Cameronian Arts Awards tickets, can do so until April 26 at the #inSENItea pop-up store at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
NOT SEEING EYE TO EYE: City folk disagree with the Federal Territories Minister’s plan to build the helipad and ferris wheel at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa (Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
OUTREACH PROGRAMME: Students at Taylor’s Lakeside Campus fulfilled their course requirement by doing their bit for strays
PETALING JAYA: Children from several welfare homes gathered at 1Utama Shopping Centre to receive cash rewards under the Program Aspirasi Gemilang 'A' by Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Bhd (GLE).
UPPER HAND: Chefs at Tanzini Upperdeck regularly surprise patrons with unique dishes
DAMANSARA UTAMA: SMK Jinjang and SMK Taman Bukit Maluri emerged boys and girls' champions in a charity basketball tornament at the DK Court here recently.
Petaling Jaya: Unlike the usual dinner gathering, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) alumni got together over the "Emily of Emerald Hill" play here at the Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPac).
KUALA LUMPUR: RapidKL Monorail Line yesterday resumed normal service after two days of service suspension for the trial operation of its new signalling system for the soon-to-be introduced four-car trains.
NEW SPIN: Visitors urged to refrain from washing their clothes and dishes at Taman Rimba Bukit Kerinchi
KUALA LUMPUR: Irresponsible residents at People's Housing Projects (PPR) are burning a big hole in City Hall's pocket, with acts of vandalism that are costing the council millions of ringgit annually.
MISGUIDED YOUTHS: Residents say rebellious teenagers are responsible for damaging facilities at PPR flats
MALACCA: In the effort to tackle unhealthy activities among youths, state police chief Datuk Chuah Ghee Lye is emphasising the need for students to participate in co-curricular activities and uniform bodies in schools.