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January 18, 2021 Special Reports
MISO, a five-month-old male pup, was given up by an Indonesian man who could no longer afford to look after him. On the day he was handed over to Fair, we had to make some house visits to Tamparuli so Miso can tag along for the ride.
January 18, 2021 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart) WHEN Heart was called out to help a stray cat with a severe neck wound, we were shocked, by what we found. We named him Adam. Eight-month-old Adam had a wound the size of a fifty cent on his neck, which was discharging foul-smelling pus.
January 17, 2021 Special Reports
WITH the spiralling cost of living these days, it is generally becoming a little harder for more people to continue to maintain a high standard of living, despite the thicker wads that go into most people’s pockets at the end of each month.  And, for an increasingly greater number of people everywhere, scraping by just to make ends meet is becoming the norm rather than the exception.
January 17, 2021 Special Reports
THE game is over for the planet, unless a second industrial revolution happens which can mimic the living system where one species’ waste is another species’ food.   Those are words from Europe – birthplace of the first Industrial Revolution.
January 17, 2021 Special Reports
SINCE ancient times, chanting mantras has been endorsed to bring peace, good health, prosperity and happiness.
January 17, 2021 Special Reports
IT started with a yearning to reach out to the people of Sabah that led Hiew Chee Wah to publish four eye-opening books on both the beauty and deterioration of the environment – all within 20 years.
January 11, 2021 Special Reports
I FIRST met Farida Malai some years ago, when together with some friends, we brought a semi-paralysed dog for acupuncture. I could see her love for animals; dogs, cats, monkeys, other wildlife and she is always very humble and low-key.
January 11, 2021 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart) HOMELESS/stray/abandoned dogs often have to dodge zooming vehicles on the streets or highways. Sometimes those dogs aren’t so fortunate and are struck by a speeding car and left to die.
January 10, 2021 Special Reports
IT IS one thing to know that creepers are available everywhere for domesticating, but it is altogether quite another to have access to one that is not only widely grown and easily obtainable but also produces gorgeously outstanding and colourful flowers.
January 10, 2021 Special Reports
YES, plastic waste is a global scourge, a silent killer of oceans set to outnumber fish by 2050! But in late August 2019, an unusual Geneva-hailed Swiss lady Camille Rollin who came to Kota Kinabalu aboard Race for Water’s all renewable energy power 80-tonne boat on a round-the-world voyage.
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