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Musa calls on Najib and Dr M to put politicking aside

27 April 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: There is an intense “implosion” taking place within Umno now, said Tun Musa Hitam.

Special recognition: Prof Adeeba receiving her Doctor of Laws honorary doctorate from Monash University deputy chancellor Yehudi Blacher.

‘Meaningful award’ for Prof Adeeba

26 April 2015

UNIVERSITI Malaya’s Faculty of Medicine dean Prof Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman was recently conferred the Doctor of Laws honoris causa (honorary doctorate) by Monash University deputy chancellor Yehudi Blacher in recognition of her outstanding contributions to infectious diseases research and as a health advocate.

Field job: Devraj Sathivelu getting a feel of the local way of life.

Planting seeds of English

26 April 2015

A group of youth comes together to help uplift the lives of local Bario folk, bridging the gap between two diverse communities.


26 April 2015

Education news in brief

No power supply for two weeks in primary school

26 April 2015

I AM a very concerned mum trying to get help for my son, teachers and all students of SK Seri Selangor, USJ4.

All smiles: Loo (left) receiving the mock cheque from Gandhi and Dr Tan (2nd and 3rd from right respectively), With them are UBM Water, Security and Infrastructure general manager AirinFadila Ahmad Rushdi; The Star Advertising and Business Development general manager Lydia Wang; and UBM Furniture and Interiors general manager Karen Goi.

Language enrichment for pupils

26 April 2015

For the fourth year, an exhibition organiser is sponsoring Step Up pullouts worth RM30,000.

No distractions: Texting while driving can cause you to lose your concentration and ultimately result in an accident.

The power of PSAs

26 April 2015

TEXTING while driving is a reckless thing to do. Should we crack down on this by heavier fines? Or can words and images make a difference?

Right to Read for local community

26 April 2015

UCSI University (UCSI) recently launched a year-long campaign called Right to Read: The Writer’s Public Readings, featuring a collaboration with several well-known Malaysian writers and literary critics.

A bright start: Sunway TES-ICAEW Global Accountant Scholarship recipients with Sunway College management staff and ICAEW representatives at the presentation ceremony.

23 students awarded Accountant Scholarship

26 April 2015

TWENTY-THREE students from 16 schools across Malaysia received the Sunway TES-ICAEW Global Accountant Scholarship at a presentation ceremony recently.

Creative connection: SK Merotai Kecil Year Three students Muhammad Syahzlan Fadzlansyah and Nurul Natasya Omansyah with their parents and the concertina cards they made for their pen friends in Spain.

Penpal project aids English learning

26 April 2015

STUDENTS in a Sabah school are being motivated to improve their English language skills, thanks to a cross-cultural penpal project initiated by the British Council’s English Language Teacher Development Project (ELTDP).

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