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Govt ‘working hard’ for minimum marriage age

PUTRAJAYA: The road towards banning child marriage in Malaysia is long, but the work towards getting there is progressing well, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

Working together for progress: Dr Wan Azizah sharing a moment with guests after her speech at the International Convention Centre in Putrajaya. — Bernama

Provide childcare facilities at govt agencies, says Yeoh

PETALING JAYA: Childcare facilities must be made available at the premises of government agencies even if their budgets have to be reallocated, said Hannah Yeoh.

Making her mark: Yeoh at TalentCorp’s Life at Work 2018 awards launch. Looking on are Amir (right) and Sivakumeren (centre).

'Sex predator' doctor 'urges' hospital staff to sign letter of support

PETALING JAYA: The senior doctor said to have sexually abused female housemen has pressured medical officers and specialists under him to sign a letter vouching for his performance as the department head.

Understand true meaning of patriotism

From YS CHAN, Kuala Lumpur.

Raya away from home

AS an international student in Malaysia, Latifa Hamad Nassoro does not always have the opportunity to travel back home for the holidays.

Latifa (left) assisting with food preparation for a buka puasa event.

Sex to superheroes - Sister Rose shepherds Catholics through Hollywood movies

CULVER CITY, Calif. (Reuters) - Tucked into a suburban Los Angeles office between her convent and a chapel, film critic Sister Rose Pacatte sits at her computer and plays a clip from edgy dark comedy "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."

The ups and downs of helping others

GEORGE TOWN: It seems like there is not a single group of people that Lee Thuan Chye hasn’t helped in Penang.

A serving of kindness: Lee making sure the triplets are well fed at the Macallum Street Flats in Penang.

Eager to work together with DPM

MIRI: The Sarawak Barisan Nasional state government wants to work closely with the Pakatan Harapan Federal Government on welfare, women, family and community issues.

Fatimah (black headscarf) presenting Gawai goodies donated by Dynasty Hotel Miri to wheelchair-bound Aslin Melit.

To derail or not to derail ECRL

KUANTAN: Residents in the state have expressed mixed feelings over the need for the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL), which is under review by the new administration.

A project to educate refugee kids

KUALA LUMPUR: Fresh from getting their social enterprise The Picha Project off the ground, the same founders are now focusing on helping refugees’ kids get educated under Project E-lluminate.

Giving a helping hand: Volunteers also give vocational training to students at the refugee education centres to ensure they pick up some basic life skills. (Inset from left) Teoh and Kim.

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