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Standing firm: (from left to right) Dong Zong central committee member Ooi Kiang Hong, treasurer Lim Kock Chai, Tan, Yang, central executive committee member Chong Wai Yin and central committee member Lee Tian Lim at the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya. Standing behind them is Ch’ng.

Dong Zong group takes matters to MACC

6 May 2015

PUTRAJAYA: The conflict within Dong Zong (the United Chinese School Committees Association) took a new twist when several of its central committee members took internal matters to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com­mission headquarters here.

Instilling positive traits among school children top priority for Malacca

6 May 2015

MALACCA: Inculcating noble values among schoolchildren has been made a top priority by Malacca government following disturbing reports on numerous involvement of young in unsavoury acts.

Considering appeal for student

5 May 2015

ROMPIN: The Rural and Regional Development Ministry will consider whether to appeal to the Southwark Crown Court in London to reduce the sentence imposed on former Mara student Nur Fitri Azmeer Nordin.

Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak Campus, in Kuching

Swinburne University in top 100 ranking

4 May 2015

KUCHING: Swinburne University of Technology has been ranked for the first time in the Times Higher Education Top 100 Under 50, which is an index of the world’s top universities under 50 years.

happy faces. Curtin University Sarawak students posing after graduated with diplomas awarded by Federation Training of Victoria recently. Curtin pic

Curtin graduates told to be nation’s envoys

4 May 2015

MIRI: Be ambassadors for state and country and be model of excellence in your workplace – that is the role Curtin University of Sarawak graduates are entrusted with.

A renewed partnership

3 May 2015

Britain sets sights on shared solutions with Malaysia throughout the education sector.

America here I come: Taylor’s University ADP Relations and Placement Manager Metilda John pointing out the location of universities on the US map to students.

Real slog for an American degree

3 May 2015

The ringgit has weakened considerably against the greenback and this has added a whole new dimension to Malaysian students aspiring to study in the United States. The Land of the Free has now become a costly option for tertiary education.

Protecting mother nature: This poster – from a previous NiE contest – is about making a postive impact by going green. Poster by Team Purple Turtle, SMK Damansara Jaya, Selangor.

Crafting an appealing PSA

3 May 2015

SWITCH off the lights to save the Earth. Don’t be a litterbug. Save water. Save Earth


Another service for the community

3 May 2015

When it comes to education matters, the national sewerage company may seem like an unconcerned party, but it recently pledged RM40,000 to boost the English Language.

Forging ties: Kirk sees Fulbright as a dynamic and innovative programme which also strengthens mutual understanding between both countries, individuals and institutions.

Fulbright continues to shine

3 May 2015

IT has been 10 years since she last visited Malaysia, and Mary E. Kirk is overjoyed to be back again.

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