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MIRI: A record crowd of about 45,000 people from all walks of life took part in the Miri Christmas Parade 2019 on Saturday (Dec 7) night.
‘Don’t worry, be happy’ is not just working nowadays.
EXTENSIVE reform initiatives in the private education sector have been carried out by the Education Ministry over the past year.
Is the Education Ministry ready to face the issues as the new school year begins in less than a month?
ONE of the few Anglican schools in Kuala Lumpur, SMK(P) Pudu (or formerly known as Pudu English Secondary School (PESS)), marked the last day of school for the year with a groundbreaking ceremony for a new four-storey academic building.
The floods Malaysia is experiencing now will only get worse due to climate change, emphasising the urgent need to introduce the proposed Climate Change Act.
DESPITE coming from a different political coalition, Sarawak's Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Datuk Seri Michael Manyin has met his federal counterpart Dr Maszlee Malik several times to discuss education issues – notably dilapidated schools and the teaching of Mathematics and Science in English.
SEREMBAN: A teacher at a vernacular school here translated the national anthem Negaraku into Mandarin to allow her Standard 5 pupils to have a better understanding of the national anthem, says Negri Sembilan education, entrepreneurship, investments and industrialisation committee chairman Dr Mohamad Rafie Ab Malek.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A viral video showing school students singing the national anthem in Mandarin took place in a classroom during a teaching and learning (PdP) session, says Education director-general, Datuk Dr Amin Senin.
MIRI: Flooding in northern Sarawak is spreading.