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National Service list on Mindef website from today

The full list of those selected for the National Service programme will be available on the Defence Ministry#8217;s website today.

Reunion of old school chums and teachers after 37 years

THIRTY-seven years may have gone by, but time cannot erase fond memories. Alumnae of SM St Anne's Convent in Kulim, Kedah, have found that while friendships forged in school may take a back seat as they go their separate ways, once rekindled they melt the years away.

Woman jailed for making false report

A WOMAN, who had been having an affair with a man for a year, confessed to her husband, then turned and cried rape. On Tuesday, Yeo Chew Yang, 32, was jailed for two weeks and fined S$1,000 (RM2,200) for making a false police report on Monday.

Thai tennis star ends affair with singer

B>BANGKOK:/BAsia's number-one tennis star Paradorn Srichaphan has ended a highly publicised affair with another Thai celebrity, singer Tata Young, reportedly on the orders of his disapproving father and coach.

Report loan sharks, family urged

The family of Chek Yok Ying, who was found hanged in her house, should lodge a police report against the loan sharks harassing them, Johor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Musa Hassan said.

Police kill duo in airport tower siege

B>MANILA: /B>Police stormed Manila airport's control tower Saturday, shooting dead a retired senior aviation official and an ex-navy officer to end a bizarre pre-dawn siege staged in protest at alleged government corruption.

Getting together for dinner after 37 years

An invitation to the first-ever reunion dinner at St Anne's Convent Kulim on Oct 19.Read on for details.

Juggling baby and studies

The quest for academic success often leaves little room for other things, especially when a baby enters the equation. JOANNE LIM talks to students coping with parenthood and the paper chase.

Koh: Gerakan and MCA ties stronger

Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon has declared that misunderstanding and miscommunication no longer exist between the Gerakan and MCA.

Switch off handphones during class, users told

Teachers and students have been reminded not to use their handphones and to switch them off during class.