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Thai summer’s heat to spike

Bangkok: People must brace for extreme heat in the days to come, as an extraordinarily hot and arid summer has been forecast for Thailand from Thursday, while seven provinces in the north and the west are expected to experience extreme heat of 40°C to 44°C, experts have warned.

Beating the heat: A young boy playing in the sea to escape the summer heat in Chonburi province, Thailand, as temperatures reach a high of 42C. — Reuters

Health tech rolls in from across the straits

Caregiving services platform aims to sign on 1,000 caregivers in three years

FT Minister: 20 City Hall staff to be shipped out

ALL 20 City Hall technical procurement committee members in charge of tender processing are to be transferred out, following unauthorised awarding of river-cleaning contracts in December last year.

MPS urged to aggressively tackle illegal dumping

COUNCILLOR U Chin Ong wants Selayang Municipal Council’s (MPS) Solid Waste Management Department to go on an aggressive move to clean up illegal dumps. He also wants increased surveillance and the maximum fine imposed for those caught dumping.

Mosquito-borne virus successfully curbed

MELAKA is declared free from Chikungunya, said state Health and Anti-Drugs Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.

Through the eyes of the blind

A GROUP of burly bikers hung their helmets and gloves up for a fun day of games while being blindfolded.

Experts give tips on managing stress at talk

THE alumni of two foreign universities came together to create awareness of mental health issues.

New info centre to boost tourism industry in Teluk Intan

TELUK Intan now has its very own tourism information centre.

There is more to Teluk Intan than its 
leaning clock tower. 
— filepic

Little boy needs funds for medical treatment

THE parents of a two-year-old boy, Vincent Siaw, who is suffering from Keratitis-ichthyosis-deafness

Keeping the elements out of school

SMK USJ 13 students using the second floor of Block B at the school no longer have to worry about getting wet or having to move classrooms when it rains heavily.