Recent and archived articles by Sheila Sri Priya
PAEDIATRIC care experts have opined that there must be a break in intergenerational parenting habits when raising children in places such as the People’s Housing Projects (PPR).
Jenny Chong has been a dressmaker ever since she was 17.
A GROUP of like-minded residents in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) started a Zero Waste Initiative and, to their surprise, they managed to recycle about 50% of their waste.
I recently read one online comment by a woman stating: “Women just cannot have it all! It is the mother’s duty to provide full-time care if she cannot find someone to care for the child”.
EMPLOYEES of a home appliances showroom in Section 16, Petaling Jaya, were shocked to find a big gaping hole in the ground outside the premises.
RUMAH Ozanam has two shelter homes for children in Petaling Jaya and they are in need of repairs as the buildings are over 40 years old and the structures are dilapidated.
DEVELOPERS should not use the excuse that the warranty period has expired to evade responsibility when their development project is faced with a wall collapse or landslide, says Housing and Urban Living committee chairman Haniza Talha.
NORWEGIAN salmon is said to be among the best in the world and it is farmed in an ethical and sustainable manner.
MALAYSIANS are special as our society embraces diversity. Some of us wear traditional garments of other races because we are simply fond of it.
PETALING JAYA: From next year, pupils in Years One, Two and Three will not have to sit for examinations.