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WHEN four students decided to take part in the World Vision 30-Hour Famine to raise funds for children living in poverty, little did they dream that their act of kindness would be rewarded.
KUCHING: Sarawak is promoting technical and skills training among youths in order to produce the necessary manpower for its industrialisation efforts.
MIRI: Local political leaders in the Baram parliamentary seat in interior northern Sarawak have submitted proposals to the Federal Cabinet asking for at least RM2bil in financial allocations for this vast constituency for the next five years under the 11th Malaysia Plan.
KOTA KINABALU: A proposed relocation of those living at water villages in Sabah’s east coast is gaining momentum with authorities now focusing their attention on the Semporna and Sandakan districts.
NINE organisations joined hands to conduct a free health and eye cataract sreening for 350 people in Bandar Baru Batang Kali.
THE recent Budget 2015 announcement has helped in some ways to address the issue of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).