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IPOH: Perak is the latest state to have automated external defibrillator (AED) placed at selected locations.
IPOH: The Health Ministry will hold discussions with the Education Ministry on teaching students how to use automated external defibrillators (AED).
NEXT week, the 2019 Asean-Republic of Korea Commemorative Summit and the first Mekong-Republic of Korea Summit will be held in Korea from Nov 25 to 27. In particular, as my home town Busan will play host to the events, I am very much looking forward to them – as if I have invited valued guests to my home. I send early greetings in a warm welcome to the heads of state and government as well as to the secretary-general of Asean.
PETALING JAYA: The 2019 Asean-Republic of Korea (Asean-ROK) Commemorative Summit will serve as a venue for both sides to put their heads together to seek ways for a more prosperous and peaceful future under the banner of "Partnership for Peace, Prosperity for People", says President Moon Jae-in.
KUANTAN: Owners of business premises and billboards in the state yet to use Jawi script on their signboards have only two months to do so.
GEORGE TOWN: Non-smokers here are rejoicing over the court’s decision to dismiss a constitutional challenge against the Health Ministry’s ban on smoking in all food outlets in the form of educational enforcement nationwide on Jan 1 this year.
A FEMALE football team from SJK (T) Kuala Pilah has emerged the winner for the first-ever state-level football tournament for girls in Tamil schools, reported Makkal Osai. This was the first time that a category for girls was held in the tournament, which entered its 13th edition this year.
GEORGE TOWN: The move to turn Batu Ferringhi into a smoke-free zone has drawn the ire from business operators along the popular tourism belt.
CYBERJAYA: A total of 254 young Malaysians received the prestigious "Gold Award" of the International Award for Young People this year.
GOALPARA, India (Reuters) - Across a river in a remote part of India's northeast, labourers have cleared dense forest in an area equivalent to about seven soccer fields and are building the first mass detention centre for illegal immigrants.