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Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah during press conference after open Persatuan Pengetua Sekolah Menengah Sarawaks 50th education management conference in Kuching yesterday. - Zulazhar Sheblee / The Star

Need to ‘juggle’ school-repair funds

27 November 2015

KUCHING: As the Federal Government has only allocated about one-fifth of the requested amount to repair schools in Sarawak this year, the state government is having a tough time prioritising which ones to fix first.

Ministry to rectify history book error

27 November 2015

PETALING JAYA: Steps are being taken to rectify the error discovered in the Year Six History textbook meant for use in national schools next year.

Lee explaining the postgraduate courses offered by UTAR.

Postgraduate course preview

27 November 2015

IN THE spirit of lifelong learning, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Sungai Long Campus organised a preview of its postgraduate courses recently.

A heartbreaking loss

27 November 2015

From SAMUEL YESUIAH of Seremban

Bright young minds: Mahdzir (second from left) with the winners of the Young Entrepreneur Innovation Programme SME Bank Y-Biz Challenge 2015 in Kuala Lumpur.

Plans to bring in English language teachers from India on hold

27 November 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Plans to bring in English language teachers from India have been deferred.

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257 Chinese schools have received RM10.91mil from Budget 2015 allocation

26 November 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Part of the RM50mil allocated to Chinese schools during Budget 2015 has been disbursed via electronic funds transfer, said MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

Fatimah (second from right) speaking to Sarawak Society For The Deaf president Albert Wong and other members on the planning for the Malaysia Deaf Games, which will be held in Sarawak next year.

Fatimah: English just as important

26 November 2015

KUCHING: Sarawak’s Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister indicates the state will not back down from its English as the second official language policy.

Freddie and The Catz performing at the fundraising dinner. — Photos: RAYMOND OOI/The Star

Concert raises funds for school

26 November 2015

FROM a pitiful two non-Chinese pupils in its original location, SJK(C) Kheng Chee Puchong has grown into a Chinese primary school with nearly 600 pupils after moving.

Part of RM50mil being given to Chinese schools via electronic fund transfer, says minister

25 November 2015

PETALING JAYA: Chinese schools have begun to receive funds from the RM50mil promised to them under Budget 2015.

Hall to be named after late Gerakan stalwart

25 November 2015

WAWASAN Open University (WOU) in Penang will honour its second chancellor and former Gerakan president, the late Tun Dr Lim Keng Yaik, by naming one of its two auditoriums after him at its 6th convocation ceremony this weekend.

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