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THE week-long inaugural Penang Climate Action Week (PCAW) 2019 that just concluded last month spread the urgent message that everyone has a role to play in curbing climate change.
AT THE top of “Penang Hill”, the drainage system built by cardboards and coloured paper was an exemplary replica of the real drainage system in use.
WHILE next year is bound to be a challenging one, especially amid the synchronised slowdown, there are still opportunities to be had, says Socio-Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie.
THE print and digital media must report suicide cases prudently and responsibly.
AT THE top of ‘Penang Hill’, the drainage system built by cardboards and coloured paper was an exemplary replica of the real drainage system in use.
KUANTAN: Seventeen years after opening its doors, Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) is now positioned as one of the leading universities in the country to offer high-level Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programmes.
HEALTH Ministry statistics reveal that some 3.6 million Malaysians are suffering from diabetes, the highest in Asia and one of the highest in the world. It is estimated that seven million Malaysian adults are likely to have diabetes by 2025.
MOST capital cities in Asean countries could do with good placemaking measures, says New York-based organisation Project for Public Spaces senior vice-president Cynthia Nikitin.
CHILDREN are now urging adults to listen to their ideas and solutions for the betterment of Malaysia.
TEENAGERS like 16-year-old Allison Low want the public transportation to arrive on time because they do not want to be late for school or for extra-curricular activities.