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September 15, 2019 Special Reports
ORNAMENTAL plants comprise a very large number of widely cultivated shrubs, leafy and flowering plants, creepers, climbers, ferns, cacti, succulents, woody and herbaceous plants. The group also includes various kinds of palms and trees which are always popular and in great demand, as well as bulbous plants and ferns. .
September 15, 2019 Special Reports
LONG time ago there lived a poor farmer with his wife who bought a mousetrap. The mouse of the house became terrified. He looked out of his mousehole and panicked.
September 15, 2019 Special Reports
COMPETING against 35,000 speakers from 142 countries and emerging champion is no walk in the park even if public speaking is what you think you have been cut out for. Manoj Vasudevan knew it was not a skill he was born with but one he had to acquire with help from being a Toastmaster. In 2017, he did it by being Toastmasters World Champion of Public Speaking. .
September 15, 2019 Special Reports
FOR 37 years, the United Arab Emirates and specifically Sharjah – one of the seven provinces or sheikhdoms that hug the Arab peninsula – have been attracting renowned writers and intellectuals the world over. .
September 15, 2019 Special Reports
WHEN the Kota Kinabalu International Film Festival (KKIFF) started in 2009, there were only three French movies screened over three nights.
September 08, 2019 Special Reports
MANY things can be done in a garden – or in containers. This brings to mind in many people of the huge rectangular boxes that are the playthings of shipping behemoths which are not the focus of this article.
September 08, 2019 Special Reports
MEMBAKUT can be reached from Donggongon in about one and a half hours journey via road. .
September 08, 2019 Special Reports
HANOI-born and Moscow-raised supermodel Jessica Minh Anh – rated one of the world’s most famous fashion show producers – was in town last week.
August 25, 2019 Special Reports
‘EDIBLE’ is the catchword when you are dealing with people who are always hungry. It could be that their stomach activities are always in overdrive, spurred on by the unending overflow of digestive acids and the crunching effects of the powerful stomach walls.  .
August 25, 2019 Special Reports
SOME 40 years ago, he was a former teacher of Sekolah Menengah Kerajaan Kota Belud (now SMK Arshad). Paul Thompson is back on familiar ground but this time as an environmentalist – hoping to alert the global community about climate change.
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