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Sundays set aside as Visitors Day at NS camps

All 41 National Service training camps will observe Sunday as 'Visitors Day' to allow families to mingle with the trainees.


Telethon to raise funds for education

THERE was no secret formula to Muhammad Arif Wahab Udin's success in scoring straight As in the I>Penilaian Rendah Menengah/I(Lower Secondary Assessment) recently. He admits it was the extra tuition classes he took that helped him tremendously.


Malaysia and Singapore agree to resolve issues through negotiations

Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to resolve outstanding issues at the negotiation table rather than through arbitration. Prime Ministers Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and Goh Chok Tong also touched on the possibility that the package of issues between the two countries might have to be 'unscrambled.'

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Hospital CEO’s stunt nets over RM14mil

CHEST-DEEP in 1,000kg of ice cubes for a nerve-wracking 22 minutes and 50 seconds, Venerable Shi Ming Yi melted the hearts of TV viewers last night - and had them reaching for their telephones.


A risky profession to be in

To the layman, a credit risk analyst can be likened to a spoilsport or party pooper. As Shanon Shah, a credit risk analyst with a local oil company, explains: 'A risk analyst is the voice of caution. For a giant firm, the bottom line is maximising profit. But to maximise profit, you have to think to what extent you are willing to risk, and what sort of risk you are willing to take.'


AirAsia tickets selling better despite controversy

AirAsia#8217;s ticket sales at its hub at the Sultan Ismail Airport in Senai has not dropped amidst the controversy in the past week, but has instead increased, possibly due to the publicity.


Campaign to spread info on NS among Chinese

An integrated campaign using radio shows and public forums to disseminate information on national service to the Chinese community has been jointly launched by MCA Youth, Wanita and Chinese youth organisations.

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Cellphones exposing more cheating spouses

B>SINGAPORE:/BNo longer does a suspicious wife in Singapore rely on lipstick on her husband's collar or perfume to suspect an affair.


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.