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Move to ease people’s burden

12:00 AM General practitioners are following in the footsteps of those in public hospitals by going ‘bundling’. They will start packaging consultation, diagnosis and treatment to standardise charges. While they are asking for higher fees, the Health Ministry assures the people that they will not have to pay more.

Liverpool title hopes dented, Rooney breaks Man United record

LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool's defensive gremlins returned again as their Premier League title ambitions suffered a painful body blow in a shock 3-2 home defeat by relegation battlers Swansea City on Saturday.

Students in ‘pay-per-view’ of teacher upskirt video

KUALA LUMPUR: Five Form Three students shot an upskirt video of their English teacher at a school and then peddled it to their fellows.

Let’s think forward, people

Playing the race card and bashing one of our biggest economic partners - China - is like shooting ourselves in the foot.

Festive air: The Gong Xi mood has descended on Bagan Datuk with goodies distributed to the villagers. (From right) Datuk Shahrul Zaman Yahya, Dr Zambry and Dr Mah at an early Chinese New Year gathering in the fishing village of Bagan Sungai Tiang. The star

Blast-off time for Perak

Perak’s smiling Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir has revived the Perak economy in a way his predecessors were unable to but all eyes are on the ‘power zone’ forming in southern Perak.

Dear Thelma: I can’t find a girlfriend, what’s wrong with me?

I am 32 years-old and I am frustrated that I have no girlfriend. When I was a young boy, people used to call me Pinocchio because of my hooked nose. My younger brother got all the attention because he was better looking.

An understanding of human behaviour

Social work is more than compassion and kindness as there is a need for theoretical and procedural knowledge, and an understanding of the field.

Auspicious start: (from second left) Mat Ali, Lee and Mohamad touching the head of the lion to bring it to ‘life’ at the entrance of the d’Tempat Country Club in Seremban. Looking on are two other guests.

Biggest lion head roars to life

SEREMBAN: A brightly-coloured 500kg “lion head” – crafted out of bamboo, paper mache and glass – sits regally at the entrance of the d’Tempat Country Club.

Cultural roots: Bambarayon (Paddy Spirit; print on textile, 2015) by Rizo Leong, one of Pangrok Sulap’s founders, references Sabah’s traditional culture. — Photos: Filepics

Speaking artfully

Peninsular Malaysia is paying more attention to Sabah and Sarawak – and not only for political reasons. Artists from those states are reaching out to new audiences to tell stories of the ‘other Malaysia’.

‘Kung Fu’ stars: Amyra, Disha, Chan, Tong and Muqi during a greet-the-fans session in Kuala Lumpur.

My gift to my fans – my movies, says Jackie

KUALA LUMPUR: Jackie Chan considers every movie he makes as a gift to his fans.

Resurgent Ramos sinks Malaga as Real increase lead at top

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Sergio Ramos made amends for his untimely own goal last week at Sevilla by scoring twice as Real Madrid bounced back from two successive defeats by beating Malaga 2-1 on Saturday to go four points clear at the top of La Liga.

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Members of the MOPA (back row from left) Fairuz, Mohd Zulkifli Che Khalid, Nizam, Shafeeq, Amir, (front row from left) Firdaus Mustakim, Zizi and Hazwan Fahmi showing off their birds.

All for fowl play

YOU would assume that the last thing Shafeeq Samuri, executive director of Sate Kajang Haji Samuri, would want to do after work is to look at more chickens. You would be wrong too.

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