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Boost for badminton by MCA Youth

JOHOR BARU: An international badminton friendly match will be organised here to get more locals to participate and join the sport.

Cia (seated fourth from left) with the International Youth Badminton Friendly match organising committee members at the Daiman Indoor Stadium in Johor Jaya

Aspiring engineers know they’ve made the smart choice

SCHOOL LEAVERS and diploma holders can enjoy affordable yet quality learning in a conducive environment when they enrol for full-time degree programmes at Wawasan Open University (WOU) in the heart of George Town, Penang.

Games torch blazing through Selangor

The Kuala Lumpur 2017 Torch Run, held in conjunction with the 29th SEA Games and 9th Asean Para Games, kicked off in style in Jugra, Kuala Langat, on Monday. .

Mohd Rosli (fourth from left) and the paragliders pose for a photo after bringing down the torch. — Bernama

Education Ministry plans to make Marang an education hub in Terengganu

MARANG: The Education Ministry will ensure that Marang district becomes an education hub in Terengganu.

Mahdzir (in blue) at the launch of the Marang UMNO division Wanita delegates‘ conference. — Bernama

KL 2017 Torch Run in Selangor

PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Lumpur 2017 Torch Run, held in conjunction with the 29th SEA Games and 9th ASEAN Para Games will take place in Selangor from July 31-Aug 5.

A video that made this soldier’s day

GERIK: Kapt Hadi Yusri Hashim spent the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri at the Sri Banding forward operating base deep in the Belum-Temenggor rainforest, a 40km drive from the nearest town.

Loving message: Kapt Hadi did not expect his family to send a Raya recording to him.
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Life on the fast track

THE South Australian Matriculation (SAM), which is now also known as SACE International (SACEI) programme at Taylor’s College is a popular pre-university programme choice for students who are planning to study abroad in Australia.

Tan an alumna of Taylor’s College, is a second year student at the University of Melbourne.

New rule for student allowance allocation at govt colleges

SEREMBAN: From this year, students at the 15 government matriculation colleges nationwide will only get the RM250 monthly allowance if their parents have a combined income of less than RM10,000 a month.

Sultanah of Kedah presents zakat

CHILDREN from 20 homes for the underprivileged had a chance to break fast with the Sultanah of Kedah Sultanah Haminah Hamidun at the Management & Science University (MSU) campus in Shah Alam.

Sultanah Haminah presenting school necessities to the children during the breaking of fast event held at the MSU campus in Shah Alam.

Stepping to a great future

CAMBRIDGE A Levels at Taylor’s College opens up a broad variety of university options ranging from the world’s top universities abroad to local institutions.

Divyaasiny is now a student at University College London.