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Upholding integrity: Abdul Aziz (in uniform) witnessing the oath-taking by state Education Department staff at the Corruption-Free Pledge ceremony at the department in Bukit Gambir.

No graft in my dept, says Education chief

30 May 2017

GEORGE TOWN: There is no report of corruption within the Education Department here in Penang.

Malanjum: Put native courts in parallel with civil and syariah ones

30 May 2017

KOTA KINABALU: The native court system in Sabah and Sarawak should be given the same standing as the civil and syariah courts, said Chief Justice of Sabah and Sarawak Tan Sri Richard Malanjum.

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‘Aku Negaraku’ – a song for the people

29 May 2017

PETALING JAYA: “I am my country” – that’s the underlying message behind Aku Negaraku, the new song introduced in schools throughout the country on May 16.

Explore the computing world for a career at fair

29 May 2017

PETALING JAYA: If your interest lies in computing but you’re not sure of the next move, visit the Star Education Fair 2017 next month for a clearer picture.

Online system replaces vouchers

29 May 2017

PETALING JAYA: Students can check the status of their Kad Siswa 1Malaysia (KADS1M) application online via a system provi­ded by Bank Rakyat from June 1.

Well done: Mohd Anuar presenting the Petronas award to Hann Hsen. Also present are Petronas Group Human Resource Management senior vice-president Datuk Dr Raiha Azni Abdul Rahman and Hann Hsen’s mother Diong Hoe King.

Student didn’t lose hope in the face of adversity

29 May 2017

SERI ISKANDAR: Despite being diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy when he was seven, Tan Hann Hsen never lost hope and fought on to do well in school.

Dr Wee distributing dates to his constituents at the Yong Peng Bazaar on the first day of Ramadan. The Ayer Hitam MP also took the opportunity to buy food from one of the traders.

Wee: Act’s amendment can end woes of public-funded tertiary colleges

29 May 2017

JOHOR BARU: An amendment of the Private Higher Education Act will enable public-funded private higher education institutions (HEIs), such as Southern University College (Southern UC) here, to set up foundations to finance their opera-tions.

SMK Tunku Putra Form Four Amanah students posing with illustrations of their teachers and principal.

Saluting our Cikgu

28 May 2017

A salute to teachers who are teaching us in 2017.

Despite their potential, just 16 percent of the plants Kew recorded as being for medical use are cited in regulatory publications. — AFP

Survey finds plant species for medical use

28 May 2017

MORE than 28,000 species of plants around the world have a medical use but poor documentation means people are not making the most of the health benefits, according to a survey released recently.

Students learn how to fold and arrange clothes, iron them with a clothes steamer, and manage the fitting room. — The Straits Times/Asia News Network

Training special needs students

28 May 2017

SPECIAL needs students at APSN Delta Senior School (DSS) are now able to hone their retail skills in a mini Uniqlo “store” at school.

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