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Grand reception to celebrate Queen E’s birthday

British High Commissioner to Malaysia Vicki Treadell speaking at a reception to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIs 92nd birthday in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday evening. The special guest at the event was Minister in the Prime Ministers Department Datuk Paul Low.

Kuala Lumpur: British High Commissioner to Malaysia Vicki Treadell hosted a grand reception here to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 92nd birthday.

The special guest at the event was Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Paul Low. Among the other guests were High Commissioners representing Commonwealth countries, such as India, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Ghana and Mauritius.

In her speech, Treadell focused on the Queen’s role as Head of the Commonwealth and also spoke on last week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) held in London.

Mostly clear skies predicted for nomination morning

PETALING JAYA: Clear skies are forecast this morning for Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, Terengganu, Negri Sembilan, Perlis, Selangor, Kelantan and Kedah for nominations.

According to a special weather forecast by the Malaysian Meteorological Department, Pahang, Penang and Perak will see a mix of sun and cloudy skies, with rain forecast for Larut, Bagan Serai, Lumut and Parit Buntar in Perak.

It is expected to rain in Labuan, while Sabah might have a rainy morning in Beaufort, Kinabatangan, Sipitang, Sandakan and Silam.

Sarawak will see rain in 13 areas, with cloudy skies in the rest.

Johor will be sun-drenched, with the exception of rainfall in Sembrong.

Though the sky will remain clear all day in Putrajaya and Malacca, post-midday forecasts of rain and thunder apply for most areas. For more information, check http://www.met.gov.my/cuaca/ramalancuacakhas.Woman heads Terengganu Fire Department

Woman heads Terengganu Fire Department


KUALA TERENGGANU: Being among the first women to be promoted to head a Class A fire and rescue station is not a burden for Rozizah Abni Hajar.

The 49-year-old mother of four, who previously served as the public relations officer for the Terengganu Fire and Rescue Department, said her appointment showed women were no longer just support staff working behind the scenes.

“With the position that I now hold, the community can see that women are now on par with their male counterparts and it eliminates discrimination based on gender in a government organisation,” she told Bernama.

On Jan 2, the Ipoh-born Rozizah was promoted from Senior Assistant Fire Superintendent to Deputy Fire Superintendent. She has served the department for 28 years.

She is married to Sharudin Safar, 53, who is a fire officer attached to the Eastern Region Fire and Rescue Academy at Wakaf Tapai.

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