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Break-ins on the rise in OUG neighbourhood

FED up with the spate of thefts in their neighbourhood, a group of residents and the business community in Overseas Union Garden (OUG) in Jalan Kelang Lama are embarking on a safety campaign to protect their homes from being broken into.

Explain ban on books, ministry urged

The DAP wants the Internal Security Ministry to explain its reasons for banning 11 English-language foreign publications, some of which were published more than 30 years ago.

Making women decision makers

Much has been said about women and decision making. In the run-up to the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Ministerial Meeting on the Advancement of Women, FLORENCE A. SAMY speaks to some leading women figures about their views on the issue.

Making women decision makers

Much has been said about women and decision making. In the run-up to the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Ministerial Meeting on the Advancement of Women, FLORENCE A. SAMY speaks to some leading women figures about their views on the issue.

Review unfair policy, MAS urged

THE Government wants Malaysia Airlines to review its human resources policy, which is said to be unfair towards air stewardesses.

Stop the policing of morality, say NGOs

The state has no role in policing morality, declared a group comprising 50 non-governmental organisations and trade unions.

Religious groups urged not to write off inter-faith panel

Religious groups have been urged not to discount the proposal for a national interfaith commission without first listening to and understanding the details.

Toll rise needed to maintain NSE

Any increase in toll rates would be used to maintain the North-South Expressway, said PLUS managing director Datuk Idrose Mohamed.

Vernacular schools a hot topic during debate on TV

The issue of national schools versus vernacular schools was the hot topic in the programme 'Debat Perdana' that was aired live over TV1 last night.

Home office a reality next year

THE home office concept is expected to kick off next year, after guidelines and conditions to be used by local councils are agreed upon, said parliamentary secretary to the Women Family and Community Development Ministry Chew Mei Fun.