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Students given keys to brighter future

KUCHING: Besides paper qualifications, intangible factors such as a positive attitude, self-confidence, resilience and the will to succeed are the keys to a successful career.

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Resilient pup needs loving home

TODD the puppy was rescued with a gaping maggot-filled wound on his head two months ago.

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‘Back to school’ for 30 Indian traders to improve business skills

THIRTY hawkers and petty traders from the Indian community in Butterworth attended a workshop on business and entrepreneurial skills to enhance their enterprises.

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Firms urged to seek awards aimed at improving long-term competitiveness

KUCHING: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Sarawak are encouraged to apply for the new Sarawak state Corporate Excellence Awards (CES) which is aimed at recognising the achievements of Sarawak-based corporations in the pursuit of business excellence.

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KK City Hall looking at having quake-resilient buildings

KOTA KINABALU: Local authorities are getting expert advice on whether to include quake resilient features into upcoming high-rise buildings following the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake.

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Show of solidarity

MORE prominent figures and celebrities are pledging their support for the #AnakAnakMalaysia campaign.

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Teach children to be grateful

Help them to appreciate what they have instead of focusing on what they want.

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Making M’sia a sustainable country

WE ARE about to enter the most exciting period of humanity.

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Modenas confident despite industry’s downturn

SIBU: Local brand of motorcycle brand Modenas remains resilient in the market despite the overall drop of 14%, or 40,000 units, for the whole industry for this year as compare with 2014.

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Time to upskill SMEs

The time is nigh to upgrade the skills of workers in the SME sectors. But first, the concerned governmental agencies, trade associations and SMEs must sit down and discuss how to make training programmes relevant and attractive.