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Straight-As scorer gets surprise reward

A small reward came by for straight-As student Sam Meng Seng. It was a modest RM500 and a set of mathematics game from a businessman who drove from Kuala Lumpur to visit his family in Nyalas here yesterday.


Abdullah dismissed as NST editor-in-chief

Tan Sri Abdullah Ahmad, better known as DKL or Dollah Kok Lanas, was relieved of his position as New Straits Times Press Group editor-in-chief Friday.


Rubber tapper’s son scores straight As in UPSR

Tears flowed down rubber tapper Chong Chu Yin's face when her son Sam Meng Seng told her his results for the UPSR examination - 7As.


Jasin council secretary quits post

Jasin district council secretary Abdul Manaf Jaffar, who was declared a bankrupt last year, has resigned with immediate effect as of Wednesday.


Bankruptcy Act to include all civil servants

The Government will amend the Bankruptcy Act 1967 to bar bankrupt civil servants from remaining in office, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.


Abdullah to query Malacca CM over posting

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has expressed surprise over reports that a bankrupt is keeping his post as district council secretary in Malacca, saying that he will query the Chief Minister.


Bankrupt ‘was allowed to keep his post’

A storm seems to be brewing here following allegations that a district council secretary is still keeping his post despite being declared a bankrupt a year ago.


Another woman kills herself because of loan sharks

ANOTHER woman in Johor took her life after failing to settle debts from 15 loan sharks amounting to RM62,600, three Chinese dailies reported.


Doc still suffering from 'Iraq' injuries

Seven months after being shot by gunmen during a Malaysian Medical Relief Society (Mercy Malaysia) mission in Iraq, there is still no sign of Datuk Dr Baba Deni making a recovery on his injured right leg.


Relics of a golden era

In the history of the Malay peninsula, Malacca is where it all began. Founded in the 14th century by Parameswara, an exiled prince from Sumatera, it thrived as a port-of-call for merchant ships from China, India, Arabia and Europe.