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Late Yap Hiew’s family donates RM125,000

KUALA LUMPUR: Four charity organisations received a total of RM125,000 from a family who wish to honour the memory of their matriarch Yap Hiew who died on Monday aged 92.

One-day free physiotherapy assessment for pets

PETALING JAYA: Pets, especially dogs, spend their entire lives being loyal to their humans. Therefore it is only fair they are given treatment and care when ill instead of euthanising them.

Greater diversity in intake

COMING from Pioneer Junior College and with a grade “C” marring his otherwise perfect A-level results, Tan Ying Li did not think he would make it to the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

Adam and Arman suffer from a fatal disease. Here's how you can help

Adam and Arman suffer from Hunter Syndrome, a rare and fatal disease for which there is no cure. Their enzyme replacement therapy helps them live better but it costs RM60,000 a month. The boys' parents are seeking help to keep their son's alive for as long as they can.

Raising RM1mil to help poor get hydrogen therapy

Compassionate Care Foundation (CCF) has pledged to raise RM1mil to help 200 underprivileged suffering chronic pain and other health conditions through hydrogen therapy.

Euthanasia law takes effect in Australia's Victoria state

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Voluntary euthanasia became legal in the Australian state of Victoria on Wednesday, with the government saying it had extensive safeguards to prevent the process being misused while allowing people a compassionate choice over how they die.

Shape up or get shipped out

COULD the allegations made against Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali be one of those turning points in Malaysian politics? While for two days my friends and I were in the depths of despair that the new Malaysia we longed for is fast

Respect should be mutual between teens and parents

Respect is a two-way street that has to be earned and kept between both parents and teenagers as their relationship grows and evolves.

Convert has no problems living with parents

PASIR GUDANG: Blood is thicker than water for Azura Tan, whose bond with her parents continues to be strong despite them practising different faiths.