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January 25, 2021 Special Reports
Q: What human words do dogs understand? A: The more you speak to your dog the more it will understand. Do not use long sentences but keep the words short and keep re-using these same words. So, yes, dogs do understand what you say. They can also read your facial expressions and most times even understand what you want before you even tell them.
January 25, 2021 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart).
January 24, 2021 Special Reports
GROWING the fairest flower of the pond is just like sticking a beautiful stalk of rose into cow dung, metaphorically speaking.  The comparison is glaringly stark and seemingly familiar, and the truth is, the former grows best in the ugliest, murkiest, smoothest and creamiest mud. It can tolerate and even grow well in a wide range of soil conditions including the acidic, neutral or alkaline waters and soils, although not to extremes la.
January 24, 2021 Special Reports
Henry Golding: The final leg of my journey taking just 300km south to the city state of Singapore Tucked at the bottom of the Malaysian Peninsula Singapore enjoys a somewhat sheltered geographic position.
January 24, 2021 Special Reports
THERE is such a thing called “sad truth”. The “sad truth” is, people forget about natural disasters really quickly, according to a study done by Professor David Konisky of the University of Indiana, USA.     One moment people are completely traumatised by extreme weather like severe storms and flooding, the next moment its memory fades.   The same has happened to the big Sabah quake June 5, 2015. People are not thinking about it anymore.
January 24, 2021 Special Reports
Kuala Lumpur: Is it true that long-term use of drugs to treat diabetes and hypertension can lead to kidney damage? Believing that this is true, quite a number of people suffering from chronic or non-communicable diseases (NCDs) fail to comply with the medication regime prescribed by healthcare professionals. Their unused medicines, which many of them get from government health facilities every month at very low rates, are eventually discarded or returned to the hospital or clinic.
January 24, 2021 Special Reports
JUST like the famed Museum of Jars in Laos, Sabah also boasts a unique open-air museum that is both culturally and historically significant in a little village called Kg Pogunon in Penampang. It is an ancient cemetery site and the museum was built as part of the historical and cultural spot for visitors.
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.
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