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November 28, 2021 Special Reports
Dubai: World Expo in Dubai THE ongoing six-month Dubai 2020 Expo whose official opening was delayed by a year to October 2021 due to the Covid-19 global lockdowns offers a microcosm of what to expect if one were to visit any of the nations represented by their pavilions spread over what was once 4.3km of desert.
November 27, 2021 Special Reports
FIREWORKS can be a spectacular addition to many of our annual celebrations. But sadly they can cause serious distress to our pets.
November 27, 2021 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart) THERE is enough tragedy in the human lives lost due to accidents in Sabah’s roads. But there’s little guilt, and no penalties, when it comes to the many stray or homeless dogs and cats that suffer a similar fate.
November 21, 2021 Special Reports
CONTROVERSY seems to be flaring up over the issue of Sabah’s Nature Conservation Agreement (NCA).
November 21, 2021 Special Reports
IT is common to see bald or ‘botak’ heads everywhere with most of them on male bodies and only a few on female ones. Hairless heads are non-issues but normally, passers-by would nonchalantly take a second look for no other reason except to appreciate the smooth, tidy and shiny ball, and perhaps to help look out for the last few hairs still sticking around.
November 20, 2021 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart) EVERY day in Kota Kinabalu and its proximity, unfortunately, hundreds of animals, mainly homeless cats and dogs, die in the streets innocently because of vehicular incidents and accidents.
November 14, 2021 Special Reports
IN ancient times, the pendulum was used to check energy levels and find answers to the unknown.
November 14, 2021 Special Reports
Sharjah UAE: CELEBRITY chef and TV host Sherson Lian believes Malaysian food may not get far globally unless there is government support for those interested in opening restaurants abroad through funding or grants.
November 14, 2021 Special Reports
THE desired way to rule is to strengthen and inspire the ruled – being responsive to the expectations, needs and aspirations of the sea of ordinary folks. The sure conflict way is to weaken, demoralise and infuriate the ruled by just imposing the harsh codes and agendas of established powers and the interest behind them. That, in my humble opinion, is what happened in the Rundum Rebellion, in a nutshell.
November 13, 2021 Special Reports
PLEASE help our local dogs find their “fur-ever” homes and give them a chance to be part of a family to enjoy love and security.
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