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Reaching out to kids in poor urban communities

Two NGOs in Petaling Jaya are reaching out to children in the urban poor communities by providing them with better after-school childcare and extra self-development activities.

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Raising the alarm on border security

WHILE many are anxiously waiting for the Bukit Kayu Hitam-Danok border gates to be open 24 hours a day, Bukit Kayu Hitam assemblyman Datuk Ahmad Zaini Japar hopes security measures will be stepped up.

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Going the distance to end modern slavery

MORE than 1,000 students representing 20 international and local schools ran for a cause – to fight human trafficking for 24 hours non-stop at IGB International School.

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Army camp gets 60 new houses

SIBU: The Government has built 60 houses at the 10th General Operation Force (GOF) camp here, in its bid to replace an aging facility.

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Joint effort to tackle human trafficking

A total of 71 arrests have been made in Perak over the last five years to curb human trafficking and smuggling.

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Staying afloat with survival and flood safety skills

TWENTY-EIGHT participants learnt important skills on aquatic survival and flood safety at the Lost Paradise Resort in Batu Ferringhi and Penang Swimming Club in Tanjung Bungah, Penang.

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Amphibious boats to patrol seas

THE marine police will get five Humdinga amphibious vehicles next year to beef up their operation.

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Marine police chief clocks out

THE Marine Police Region 1 chief Asst Comm Mohd Yusof Abdullah has retired and his deputy Supt Dimin Awang is now the acting commander.

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Clinging on to hopes of local polls

THE Penang government will continue spreading awareness about local democracy even though it has failed in its effort to reinstate the local government elections.

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Women’s group sets up hotline for abuse victims

KUCHING: Women and children involved in violence need not suffer in silence as they can call the women crisis phoneline by Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS).