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Jagdeep: Don’t exclude Penang from ministry meeting

GEORGE TOWN: The state government has called for invitations to be extended to Penang for upcoming meetings of state housing exco members nationwide.

Visually impaired youth receives offer of projects to develop his interest

GEORGE TOWN: Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) top scorer Kenzon Yeoh, 18, has taken a step closer to reaching his dream of becoming a computer programmer.

Opportunity knocks: Kenzon at the press conference with his parents.

Achievement dedicated to her teacher

KUALA LUMPUR: She tossed and turned in bed the night before the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2017 results were released.

Luqman nets 7As despite crippling poverty and hardship

SUNGAI BESI: On his first day of school at the Royal Military College (RMC) in 2015, Muhammad Luqman Islam arrived at the boarding school with only the clothes on his back.

Dressed for success: Luqman holding up his SPM results and RMC training certificate in Sungai Besi.

Manifestos to be tailor-made for each state

PETALING JAYA: From gazetting orang asli land in Selangor and setting up a university of Quranic studies in Kelantan to building more affordable homes in Terengganu, the Barisan Nasional manifestos will be tailor-made for each state.

Be tough, says Malaysia’s first female Michelin chef

PETALING JAYA: Young female chefs who are new to the industry must learn to take criticism, says Malaysia’s new Michelin chef, Liew Shiao Khuen.

Winning pair: Liew and Naito attending the 2018 Michelin Guide presentation in February.

‘Snake whisperer’ was friendly and dedicated

KUANTAN: Malaysian “snake whisperer” Abu Zarin Hussin was friendly and never stingy with information about his passion, said his closest friend Mohd Ikhwan Hafizi Ali.

Slithery students: A file photo of Abu Zarin putting on a show with a pair of cobras by ‘teaching’ them how to read.
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PM to attend Asean-Aussie special summit in Sydney

PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has arrived in Sydney to attend a summit on Asean-Australia cooperation.

Zahid: Now the best time to take over Kelantan

PASIR PUTEH: Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi called on Barisan’s election machinery to work hard and ensure they not only win Kelantan but more parliamentary seats.

All hands on deck: Dr Ahmad Zahid (third from left) cheering ‘Hidup BN’ with fellow attendees of the gathering at the Uthmaniah Complex open hall in Pasir Puteh, Kelantan. Looking on is Mustapa (right). — Bernama

PM: Proceeds from selling not feasible assets can be used for modern ones

SEREMBAN: Government assets located within city centres can be monetised if they are no longer suitable to operate there and the returns could be used to build more modern facilities, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

A new beginning: Najib officiating the launch of the Sendayan Air Base in Negri Sembilan. Looking on is (from left) Hishammuddin, Mohamad Hasan, Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin and Air Force chief General Datuk Seri Affendi Buang. — Bernama
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