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Let independent panel assess

A letter from SM MOHAMED IDRIS, President, Consumers Association of Penang.

Chong: Vocational grads are in demand

KUALA LUMPUR: The starting salary of vocational and technical graduates at between RM2,000 and RM5,000 a month is comparable to university graduates, said Deputy Education Minister Datuk Chong Sin Woon.

When photography talent runs in family

BROTHERS Riess William Ling Eng Meng and Aiden William Ling Eng Hsien took the top two spots in the Kuala Lumpur International Schools Young Photographer’s Contest 2017 junior category.

Pre-school building for Tamil school in Chemor

SJK(T) KLEBANG is set to have a pre-school building thanks to Yayasan Rakyat 1Malaysia.

Connecting creative community

SEA Connect Creative Confe-rence 2017 welcomed about 600 participants from the creative community to the Connexion Conference & Event Centre at Bangsar South City, Kuala Lumpur.

A first for SMK Dato Harun

SMK Dato Harun dashed SMK Saujana Impian’s dreams of capturing the Datuk Mokhtar Dahari Trophy (Piala Datuk Mokhtar Dahari) after a thrilling 3-1 win in the final of the tournament’s fourth edition.

Car wash operators under scrutiny

JOHOR BARU: The state government has urged local authorities to step up its efforts to ensure car wash operators instal sewage filters to prevent potentially harmful chemicals from flowing into natural water sources.

Schools get covered for utility bills

PERAK gave out a total of RM343,000 to 12 primary and secondary vernacular and mission schools in the Ipoh Timur constituency to cover utility bills incurred in the first half of the year.

Another boost for school

SUNWAY Group founder and executive chairman Tan Sri Jeffrey Cheah may have made billions but his heart is never far from his hometown of Pusing in Perak.

It’s not just about the market

Universities are not just about training the workforce, but also about preserving knowledge and producing graduates who can be creative and imaginative.