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Canadian envoy leaving for home after KL stint

Canada#8217;s outgoing High Commissioner Jean C. McCloskey will board the long flight back home on Wednesday with a deep sense of satisfaction, having done her utmost to accomplish her goals in Kuala Lumpur.

Bogus bomohs who 'heal' victims

Police here have uncovered cases of bogus mediums and bomohs cheating their patients into paying huge sums of money regularly if they want to maintain good health.

RM647m to fight SARS so far

THE Government's outlay since the battle against SARS began comes close to S$300mil (RM647mil) - and Health Minister Lim Hng Kiang says it is by no means the final tally.

Teachers without permits warned

THE Education Ministry#8217;s crackdown on teachers giving lessons without a permit at primary and secondary private institutions was given wide coverage by I>Utusan Malaysia /I>and I>Berita Harian /I>yesterday.

Enforce use of safety gear, Govt urged

THE Government should strictly enforce the use of safety gear for workers handling hazardous chemicals, I>Tamil Nesan /I>said in its editorial.

Slimming pill likely culprit in liver failure, says doctor

FOR the first time in the Slim 10 case, a specialist has implicated the slimming pill as the likeliest suspect behind actress Andrea De Cruz's liver failure.

MyKad under-utilised

Over five million Malaysians have not fully tapped into MyKad applications, National Registration Department Director-General Datuk Azizan Ayob said.

Maintain promotions, hotels advised

Hotels have been told to continue giving special packages and reduced rates to attract customers as it will take some time before the industry recovers from the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome impact.

Asean+3 to network on diseases

The Asean+3 grouping will forge a networking to monitor outbreaks of diseases and establish an early warning system of new health threats by December.

Consensus reached on liver transplants

Cadavers should be the primary source of liver transplants and where living organ donors are used they should be related to the recipient, according to a consensus reached by a group of professionals in the field.