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Building skills for young leaders

FRASER & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&NHB) recently held a leadership camp, part of its “Making A Difference” (M.A.D.) project, for 42 children aged between nine and 17 years old from Rumah Ilham.

Contest to test Maths’ expertise

UNIVERSITI Tunku Abdul Rahman’s Mathematics Society is holding the “National Mathematics Competition XIII” on July 28 from 8am to 4.30pm.

Write it right

THE Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout is looking for Form Six and pre-university students to contribute essays to our Earn Your Band 6 column.

‘Time to recognise and elevate TVET’

PETALING JAYA: A holistic im­­provement of education in Malaysia includes the recognition and en­­hance­­ment of Technical and Voca­tional Education and Training (TVET), says PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar.

Storm wreaks havoc on SMK Seri Pantai

KUALA LUMPUR: The freak storm on Friday night in the Klang Valley ripped the roofing off 10 classrooms at SMK Seri Pantai in Kampung Kerinchi here, affecting nearly 300 Form 3 students who are due to take their PT3 exam tomorrow.

Seeking a voice of their own

After years of suppression under military rule, Myanmar’s ethnic minorities in Shan state pinned their hopes of greater autonomy on the outcome of the 2015 election. But that faith is fading, as they try to save their languages.

In an era of globalisation ‘standard principles’ keep fading

ONE of the great ironies to have emerged in the era of globalisation is that none of the developed nations is left with enough moral high ground to preach righteousness to others. At the same time, concepts of peace, success, happiness and competitiveness differ from place to place.

Batu Kawan MP: Minimum marriage age should be fixed at 18 for all Malaysians, including Muslims

PETALING JAYA: The minimum marrying age for all Malaysians should be set at 18, with no exceptions, says DAP Wanita publicity secretary Kasthuri Patto.

Nurul Izzah: Not only ministers can reform vocational education policies

GEORGE TOWN: PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar says a Cabinet post is not required to reform the national approach to Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET).

Russia's Messi, a puma - star in his own right

SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Barely 20 months ago a Russian couple were oblivious of the basic rules of soccer. Now they are ardent fans and the transformation can only be attributed to Messi -- not Argentina's World Cup captain but a pet puma.