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Unemployment to range up to 3.4% by end 2017


KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Research expects the unemployment rate to stay around 3.3% to 3.4% by end-2017 from 3.5% in 2016.

AmResearch says the better-than-expected GDP growth projected for 2017 at between 5.7% and 5.9% should still keep the net jobs created position on a positive trajectory

Rejuvenated Berlusconi lays out vote platform, eyes victory in Italy

ROME (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, marking a formal return to Italy's political stage, laid out his policy priorities on Sunday for the forthcoming election, portraying himself as a pro-European moderate.

Inspiring single mums to create trade opportunities

PETALING JAYA: Adrina Moha­med Ali is a single mother who does two jobs to provide for her two school-going children.

Baking news: Tuty (left) showing participants how to decorate a cake with cream topping.

How online scams make themselves look legit

SCAMS only work if they don’t look like scams. How do scammers do it? There are many ways, and here are some of the most cunning ones, to make sure they don’t fool you.

Army to help Miri firemen fight forest fires

MIRI: Miri Fire and Rescue Department is expected to collaborate with the army in fighting forest fires.

Who says it’s a lonely journey?

PEOPLE say entrepreneurship is a lonely journey but Brilliant Fruit Cordial Enterprise Sdn Bhd director Chua Eng Hoe has never been lonely as an entrepreneur. This is because Chua, 73, has always had the backing of his family.

All in the family: Chua (middle) and his wife, Elaine (second from left), paved the way for their children (from left), sales and marketing director William, food technologist Yi Wen and Wilson, to join the business.

Housewives and single mothers hooked on glue sniffing

Housewives and single mothers are contributing to the rise in the menace of glue sniffing in Melaka.

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Big relief in having an income

From TAN SRI MOHD SHERIFF MOHD KASSIM of Kuala Lumpur.

Two housewives among three arrested for drug dealing


KOTA KINABALU: Two housewives were arrested for suspected drug peddling in the city here in two separate cases.

M. Chandra. -The Star pix

Dancing through the city squares

In China, elderly dance enthusiasts are claiming these public spaces to keep fit and to socialise

Smooth moves: Square dancers enjoying their hobby in Beijing, China.

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