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Welfare Dept conducting checks on nurseries in bid to legalise childcare services

THE Social Welfare Department (JKM) is checking on all nurseries (taska) in Putrajaya as part of the move to legalise the childcare centre industry.

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A more inclusive workplace

BOTH the government and private sectors should include more people with disabilities (PwD) in their workforce.


Hoping for a united stand

THE de facto law minister Datuk Liew Vui Keong announced this week that the Government will amend Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution to reinstate Sarawak and Sabah as equal partners with Peninsular Malaysia.

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An iconic mansion full of history

MANY drive past the Yang di-Pertua Negri’s grand residence in Jalan Utama, George Town, but few have stepped into the compound or been inside the mansion due to its high fences and tight security in place.

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Norhizam: No room for racism in multicultural country

MELAKA: State Agriculture, Entrepreneur Development and Agro-based Committee chairman Norhizam Hassan Baktee took a strong stand against racism during the National Day celebration at a Chinese temple here.

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Local fare should make the grade

WHEN Malaysians think of food, Ipoh’s hawker delicacies definitely make their list.

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Deals for those in the know

JOHOR BARU: The annual auction held by Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) at Taman Mount Austin saw more than 30 people turning up to grab the deals.


Poser over bid for mega projects

From DR AHMAD HILMY, Associate Professor, USM (Technology cluster/transport system) and DR LIM MAH HUI, Former professor, international banker and Penang Island city councillor.

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DBKL clears culvert, promises to resolve Taman Kaya drainage problems

City Hall, which has removed the blockage in the culvert located underneath a private land in Sentul in a bid to prevent flash floods from recurring in Taman Kaya/Springfield, promises that a permanent resolution is in the pipeline.

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Open burning a decade-old problem in Johan Setia, Klang

OPEN burning activities in Kampung Johan Setia in Klang has continued to pollute the air, much to the anger of thousands of residents living around the peat soil area.