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Student aid programme to benefit 3,000 students from seven states

ECO World Foundation will allocate RM5mil annually to assist poor students.

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Chong seeks details on state projects

KUCHING: The Sarawak government’s rural spending this year will be huge, and state opposition leader Chong Chieng Jen is urging for transparency.

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Fashion week ends with a bang

PENANG Fashion Week concluded at Gurney Paragon Mall with stylish runway shows that underline the state’s emergence as a regional fashion hub.

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Upgraded facilities for mosque users

MASJID Jalan Telaga in Butterworth now has a fully covered indoor space following the completion of an upgrading project.

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Bank offers endowment plan for retirement savings

United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd hopes to help Malaysians boost their retirement savings with the launch of the PRUwealth gain endowment plan.

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Answering call of distress

ST John Ambulance Malaysia (SJAM) will be sending two teams of medical personnel to Nepal to attend to survivors of the earthquake that rocked the country.

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Students with hearts of gold

THREE charity organisations received donations of RM5,000 each from students study-ing the Staffordshire University (SU) Business Degree Programme at DISTED College Yeap Chor Ee heritage campus in Macalister Road.

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EPF proposal draws flak

MANY feel the Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF) proposal to allow members who keep their money in the fund till the age of 100 to continue receiving dividends is illogical.

Community

Charity classical concert strikes all the right notes

THE enchanting compositions during a Beethoven Cycle concert by the Penang Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) mesmerised the audience.

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Pick a pup for a pet

CANINE welfare project Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) is faced with the gargantuan challenge of rehoming several dozens of puppies that are still under its care.