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Education

A boost for art and hygiene

A doodling competition turns the spotlight on creativity and clean hands.

Nation

Defence alibi caught out by technology

PUTRAJAYA: The defence in the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder case had come up with alibis and tried to explain away the prosecution’s evidence but was caught out by technology.

Community

Not just any doodle

DOODLING is taking Malaysia by storm and Antabax is at the forefront of popularising this form of artistic expression by organising the first National Hygiene Doodle competition with the support of the Health and Education ministries.

Education

Financially literate

TUNKU Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) beat 19 other universities in the recently concluded second Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC) National Financial Planning Tournament, bagging the championship trophy and cash prize of RM6,000.

Community

Big wheels keep on turning

Nuclear weapons, with their destructive power demonstrated both in Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II, clearly show the world how the double-edged sword of science and engineering can have dire consequences for human beings.

Community

Company’s work helps keep Malaysia’s boys in uniform safe

A local company’s efforts are changing the way Malaysian troops are moving around in conflict areas.

Community

Friend gave his life to save varsity mate

MALACCA: A birthday boy’s selfless act to save his drowning friend caused him his life.

Nation

Going gaga over Rara

EXCLUSIVE: DAP's Syefura Othman, better known as Rara, is not cowed by the criticism she has received for joining the party.

Nation

Five ex-ISA detainees in Syria

PETALING JAYA: Five former Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees are among 40 Malaysians who have joined up with the Islamic State militants in war-torn Syria where multiple factions are vying for supremacy.

Nation

Azilah brought cops to crime scene

PUTRAJAYA: Chief Insp Azilah Hadri, one of the officers acquitted on a charge of murdering Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu, brought police to the crime scene at a jungle in Puncak Alam, the Federal Court heard.