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5 GPS devices to help you keep track of your child

Track your childrens' whereabouts using your smartphone or tablet with Lineable and other GPS-based beacon devices.


Malaysian GPs ask for fair fee for survival

Private general practitioners (GPs) are requesting a raise in their fees to match GPs practising in private hospitals as a matter of being able to keep their clinics open with rising healthcare costs.


GPS to move ahead in Sarawak’s new era

KUCHING: Now that Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) has been registered, the path ahead is clear for the coalition of four Sarawak-based political parties to move ahead in what they may regard as a new era in Sarawak politics.


Use existing clinics, say GPs

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Medical Association has called on the Health Ministry to use the expertise of existing general practitioners (GPs) and infrastructure in the private practice, instead of building new clinics.

Metro News

S’wak MTUC urges GPS to reform state’s governance

KUCHING: The new Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) coalition has been urged to reform its governance of the state and be an effective Opposition bloc at the Federal level.


GPs in palliative care: How Malaysia compares to the world

Palliative care in Malaysia could be much improved by training GPs to provide such care to patients in the community, as other countries are currently doing.


Keeping track of kids via GPS

A cool new GPS-incorporated wristwatch lets parents ‘watch over’ their kids with peace of mind.


Installing a GPS tracker could save your bike from theft

More than just a guiding light for those of us lost in an unfamiliar location, GPS technology can also help you locate a stolen bike.

AseanPlus News

S. Korea says North jamming GPS signals

SEOUL (AFP) - North Korea is using radio waves to jam GPS signals in South Korea, Seoul said Friday, affecting scores of planes and vessels at a time of elevated military tensions on the divided peninsula.


SPAD wants GPS systems installed on all buses

KUANTAN: Buses nationwide may soon be equipped with Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to curb speeding by drivers.