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However independent they were before, sometimes people do need a helping hand or two to rebuild their destroyed homes and livelihoods. S.S. YOGA speaks to two families in Penang.
It's just a simple brick I>kampung/Ihouse with a zinc roof, now quite bare with most of the furniture spoilt by seawater, but this is where 115-year-old Wan Zainab Wan Abdullah yearned to return to because love for her was in this house.
With up to seven families crowding one classroom, coughs and colds spread easily at the SK Tanjung Bungah relief centre where 31 tsunami-affected families are taking refuge.
National sailor Razman Mohd Ali was at Port Dickson as part of his training programme for this year's Manila SEA Games when he was informed that his house in Tanjung Bungah, Penang was damaged by tsunami which hit the island last Sunday.
Malaysia will work closely with nations that have early warning systems to prepare the country to face natural disasters like tsunamis in future.
The Government cannot afford to pay compensation to tsunami victims and financial aid now being disbursed is merely compassionate aid, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.
Police believe that they have solved the case of van driver Rosli Mohd Saad who was stabbed by a snatch thief following the arrest of an Indonesian who has been identified as the prime suspect.
A fund set up by the father of slain Rosli Mohd Saad to buy a I>relong /I>(0.288ha) of padi land for a cemetery to be named after his son, received its first contribution on Sunday.