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StanChart Singapore marathon named among world’s worst marathons, just days before causing traffic nightmare in the city

Only 2 other marathons worldwide were ranked below StanChart's Singapore marathon, and the Standard Chartered Kuala Lumpur Marathon was in dead last.

Malaysia wants to spend RM5 million to study the possibility of building a third bridge with Singapore

The 9-month study will look into the necessity of a third bridge to alleviate congestion on the Causeway, as well as possible locations for it.
People with a sinus infection should use a neti pot twice a day.

How to use a neti pot and whether it’s safe, according to doctors

Doctors will sometimes recommend a neti pot to alleviate the nasal or sinus congestion that comes with a common cold, sinus infection, or allergies.

AirAsia says queues at ‘flawed’ klia2 can last for more than one hour – and the situation is ‘worsening’

Long queues that span over an hour are now a daily occurrence, AirAsia said.

Move over, Jakarta: Jokowi wants East Kalimantan to be Indonesia’s new capital

It's two hours away from Jakarta by flight.

Singapore’s decision to deny entry to all foreign vehicles with outstanding fines caused a jam at the causeway, and Malaysians aren’t too happy about ...

As if the two entry points between Singapore and Malaysia aren’t already packed enough on a normal day - there’s even more bad news.
Dealing with back pain? Consider using a heating pad.

From back pain to headaches, here are 12 quick fixes for everyday ailments

Headaches, back pain, and nausea are all things some people deal with daily. Here's how to combat everyday ailments, according to doctors.

Uber is suing to block New York’s cap on new ride-hailing vehicles

Uber's lawsuit comes just weeks after Lyft sued to block a minimum wage rule for drivers.

Uber and Lyft are creating more traffic and congestion instead of reducing it, according to a new report

According to a report conducted by transportation analyst Bruce Schaller, ride hailing services like Uber and Lyft are actually making traffic worse rather than reducing it — contrary to the companies' claims.