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Finding their own space

With advancements in computer technology, particularly the Internet, social communication has taken on a whole new dimension. The main attraction of cyberspace is anonymity as it allows chatters to create their own personas and find their own space.

Education

Teaching adults to be good sports

In youth sports, parents are reminded that it's not winning or losing, but how you play the game, writes JULIE TAMAKI.

Nation

2,000 to train for paralympic competition

The Youth and Sports Ministry has identified 2,000 disabled athletes who have the potential of doing well in the ninth Far East and South Pacific (Fespic) paralympic meet to be held here in 2006.

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New look for centuries-old commercial centre in Beijing

BEIJING plans to transform a centuries-old commercial centre in the downtown area into a tourism, shopping, recreation and entertainment region, a local official said on Thursday.---------------------------------------------

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Dr M: Malaysians an arrogant lot

Citing the proposed incinerator project in Broga, the Umno president said the facility, to be placed far from residential areas, was to be the most modern and cleaner than many found in Japan and other developed countries.

Nation

The challenges from within

Many were the tribes which were made extinct by their attacks. Genocide for them is the final solution.

Nation

Full text of Dr Mahathir's speech

Nation

Rakan Muda to take on new role

The Youth and Sports Ministry is working with the Education Ministry to use the Rakan Muda programme as a pre-national service for students.

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Perak to seek views on 'indecent behaviour' by-law

The Ipoh City Council has been ordered to stop booking the public for #8220;indecent behaviour#8221; in public parks pending further discussion on the matter.

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Mood at Tan Tock Seng Hospital upbeat but wary

SARS may be over as far as most of Singapore is concerned, but for Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) with its nine remaining SARS patients, it will be at least another month before all returns to normal.