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  • Fine tuning for Prince Philip’s funeral

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    Fine tuning for Prince Philip’s funeral

  • Malaysia Airlines extends flexibility for passengers to change travel dates

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    Malaysia Airlines extends flexibility for passengers to change travel dates

  • Seremban’s Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital emergency department starts food bank for the needy in conjunction with Ramadan

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    Seremban’s Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital emergency department starts food bank for the needy in conjunction with Ramadan

  • Malaysian AIDS Foundation celebrates International AIDS Memorial Day with virtual run

    12 hours ago

    Malaysian AIDS Foundation celebrates International AIDS Memorial Day with virtual run

  • Passionate determination: Malaysia’s first Chinese woman police commissioner hopes promotion paves way for others

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    Passionate determination: Malaysia’s first Chinese woman police commissioner hopes promotion paves way for others

  • Gambling platform’s tone-deaf Raya ad draws flak from Malaysians (VIDEO)

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    Gambling platform’s tone-deaf Raya ad draws flak from Malaysians (VIDEO)

  • Tree ‘iguana’ that struck fear in Polish neighbourhood turns out to be croissant

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    Tree ‘iguana’ that struck fear in Polish neighbourhood turns out to be croissant

  • Guinness World Records’ longest rabbit living reported stolen from UK home

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    Guinness World Records’ longest rabbit living reported stolen from UK home

  • After a 32-year gap, Malaysian cartoonist Lat to publish a second ‘Mat Som’ book

    16 hours ago

    After a 32-year gap, Malaysian cartoonist Lat to publish a second ‘Mat Som’ book

  • Canadian lawmaker apologises for appearing naked during a parliamentary video call

    16 hours ago

    Canadian lawmaker apologises for appearing naked during a parliamentary video call

  • Oldest Ramadan bazaar in Malaysia beefs up on SOPs, determined to keep the tradition alive

    16 hours ago

    Oldest Ramadan bazaar in Malaysia beefs up on SOPs, determined to keep the tradition alive

  • Flying high: The ‘lip wings’ beauty trend explained

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    Flying high: The ‘lip wings’ beauty trend explained

  • Inventing beauty: Zero-waste eyeliner grows back as wild flowers

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    Inventing beauty: Zero-waste eyeliner grows back as wild flowers

  • Embracing grey: A deep desire for authenticity, despite society's norms and expectations

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    Embracing grey: A deep desire for authenticity, despite society's norms and expectations

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    New species of frog unearthed in Peruvian Amazon jungle

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    Hong Kong clothing brand cartoons rile China

  • UK study: Magic mushroom compound as good as antidepressant

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    UK study: Magic mushroom compound as good as antidepressant

  • Sotheby’s sale of digital-only artwork fetches US$16.8m

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    Sotheby’s sale of digital-only artwork fetches US$16.8m

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    Greece to allow vaccinated tourists in next week

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  • Young Britons ambivalent on Prince Philip and ‘weird’ royals

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    Young Britons ambivalent on Prince Philip and ‘weird’ royals

    LONDON, April 15 — Queen Elizabeth II’s late husband Prince Philip divided opinion among young British people, who are less likely to take a positive view of his legacy and...

  • No uniforms for royals at Prince Philip’s funeral, says UK media

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    No uniforms for royals at Prince Philip’s funeral, says UK media

    LONDON, April 15 — The British royals are all to wear civilian clothing at Prince Philip’s funeral to avoid awkwardness over which princes are entitled to military uniform,...

  • Media: UK queen has to step into debate over Philip’s funeral outfits

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    Media: UK queen has to step into debate over Philip’s funeral outfits

    WINDSOR, April 15 — Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has stepped in to settle a problem over what senior royals should wear to her husband’s funeral, because of concerns about...

  • Indonesian man offers to call and wake single men up so they will not miss 'sahur' during Ramadan

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    Indonesian man offers to call and wake single men up so they will not miss 'sahur' during Ramadan

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 ― As Muslims around the world observe Ramadan, an Indonesian man in Magelang, Central Java, is offering the morning call services to his countryman so...

  • Why go on a plant-based diet? Malaysian dietician highlights the health benefits with diet plan ideas

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    Why go on a plant-based diet? Malaysian dietician highlights the health benefits with diet plan ideas

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 — There are always never-ending arguments among health freaks about which diet is the best. However, health and nutrition experts have always highlighted...

  • Cultural Economy Development Agency to honour traditional arts masters, boost local cultural traditions

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    Cultural Economy Development Agency to honour traditional arts masters, boost local cultural traditions

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 — The Cultural Economy Development Agency (Cendana) and cultural organisation, Pusaka, have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to further boost the...

  • Two Malaysians accepted into Harvard, chosen from more than 57,000 applicants

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    Two Malaysians accepted into Harvard, chosen from more than 57,000 applicants

    PETALING JAYA, April 15 ― Two Malaysian students made headlines after being accepted into Harvard University, beating more than 50,000 applicants. Jarell Cheong Tze Wen from...

  • Man in India seeks to end marriage due to wife’s fear of cockroaches

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    Man in India seeks to end marriage due to wife’s fear of cockroaches

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 — A man in Bhopal, India is seeking to divorce his wife after the woman’s fear of cockroaches forced the couple to move houses 18 times in their three...

  • Ramadan bazaar customer dismayed after forking out RM21 for packs of soggy rice

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    Ramadan bazaar customer dismayed after forking out RM21 for packs of soggy rice

    PETALING JAYA, Apr 15 — A Malaysian man was hugely disappointed after he was forced to break his fast with a packet of soggy rice he bought at a Ramadan bazaar. Muhammad...

  • Highly emotional online reviews may hold the key to publishing success

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    Highly emotional online reviews may hold the key to publishing success

    EVANSTON (US), April 15 —  Budding authors often dream about having their books on the New York Times best-sellers’ list. Now a new American study has revealed that...

  • Austrian man gets reduced fine for farting in front of police

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    Austrian man gets reduced fine for farting in front of police

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 — An Austrian man, who was slapped with a £425 (RM2,416) fine for farting in front of police, has managed to get his fine reduced to £85 (RM483)...

  • Sotheby’s sale of digital-only artwork fetches US$16.8m

    1 day ago

    Sotheby’s sale of digital-only artwork fetches US$16.8m

    LONDON, April 15 — An online sale of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) by the digital artist Pak fetched a total of US$16.8 million (RM69.3 million) at Sotheby’s, including an image...

  • Magic mushroom compound at least as good as antidepressant in UK study

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    Magic mushroom compound at least as good as antidepressant in UK study

    LONDON, April 15 — Psilocybin, the psychedelic active compound in magic mushrooms, may be at least as effective as a leading antidepressant drug and could help more patients...

  • Noise pollution poses long-term risk to trees, study shows

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    Noise pollution poses long-term risk to trees, study shows

    NEW YORK, April 15 — Noise pollution poses a long-term risk to tree populations and plant diversity that may persist even after the sources of excess noise are removed,...

  • German ‘inventors’ panned over pink period gloves

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    German ‘inventors’ panned over pink period gloves

    BERLIN, April 14 — Two German men who came up with a pink glove to help women dispose of tampons have sparked a backlash on social media, with critics panning the product as...

  • Bukit Mertajam MP brings joy to Kelantan man by giving him a motorcycle to ease his food delivery job

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    Bukit Mertajam MP brings joy to Kelantan man by giving him a motorcycle to ease his food delivery job

      KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 — This year’s Ramadan will be extra meaningful for a food delivery man who has been upgraded from using a bicycle to a motorcycle for his...

  • Malaysian fashion designers’ Raya creations sell like hot cakes despite Covid-19 downturn

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    Malaysian fashion designers’ Raya creations sell like hot cakes despite Covid-19 downturn

    PETALING JAYA, April 14 — Malaysian fashion designers have been pleasantly surprised by the overwhelming response of their Raya creations this year compared to 2020’s...

  • Viral video of KL building’s glass windows shattering in thunderstorm shocks social media users (VIDEO)

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    Viral video of KL building’s glass windows shattering in thunderstorm shocks social media users (VIDEO)

    PETALING JAYA, April 14 — A video of a building’s glass windows shattering during yesterday’s thunderstorm in Kuala Lumpur has set many social media users on edge. The...