Recent and archived articles by M Sivanantha Sharma
FIFTEEN students from SMK Kuala Ketil near Sungai Petani, Kedah, returned home rich in experience after a visit to a honey bee breeding farm in Charak Tualang, Mukim Tawar in Baling.
THE technical and vocational education training (TVET) should be the first choice among the students to further their studies as the days of the academic studies are over, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.
SOME 3,000 people from the lower-income group thronged Dewan Ng Yam Huat in Bukit Mertajam for free medical tests.
THE newly opened RM1.55mil veterinary clinic at the Penang Veterinary headquarters in Bukit Mertajam is offering quality veterinary care at reasonable price to pet and animal lovers.
THIRTY students from Institut Latihan Perindustrian (ILP) Kepala Batas thrilled the crowd and kept the Boria art alive through their performance at the institute in Bertam on the Penang mainland.
PLASTIC pollution is one of many issues affecting the world right now.
THE Bagan Dalam Community Open Day received overwhelming response as locals and a group of Rohingya living in the constituency turned up to participate in the event.
PENANG Water Supply Corporation Sdn Bhd (PBAPP) is targeting to achieve a 100% technical personnel competency by the end of this year.
SUNGAI Prai along Taman Sembilang, Penang, will be upgraded for canoeing activities following good response from the public during the Prai River Canoeing Festival.
MORE than 150 cyclists comprising police personnel and members of the public took part in a 30km night ride from the south Seberang Prai district police headquarters in Jawi near Nibong Tebal.