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Malacca's first mayor pledges to improve amenities

The former municipal council president Zaini Md Nor became the first mayor of the Malacca Historic City Council Tuesday, and pledged to improve the infrastructure of Malacca to that befitting a city.

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Undergrads to undergo pre-exam SARS screening

A CLEAN bill of health will be as important as a thorough revision for every National University of Singapore student when exams start on April 21.


Sunway forges ahead

AFTER 17 years in the business, Sunway College would not be faulted for wanting to rest on its laurels. Instead it continues to grow by leaps and bounds.


Pak Lah: US must keep its promises

Malaysia wants to see the United States contributing significantly towards the reconstruction of Iraq after the war.


Aid for two Sabah schools

EFFORTS to bring education closer to the Sonsogon folks in the hilly interior of Kota Marudu, Sabah, have begun to bear fruit.


UUM researches tourism in Langkawi

Universiti Utara Malaysia has found the perfect site for its new research institute in idyllic Langkawi, reports JOANNE LIM.


Pahang MB to leave land clearing issue to cops

Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob said he will leave it to the police to investigate a report over the clearing of land in Cameron Highlands for the shooting of a film.

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Condom machines upset Taiwan park-goers

B>TAIPEI:/BPark frequenters in Taiwan yesterday lashed out at the government for allowing the installation of four vending machines which sell condoms at a recreation spot here notorious for its gay sexual activity.

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Banks to finance bund project

THE Shanghai Pudong Development Bank and the Shanghai branch of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China signed separate agreements last Friday to lend 2 billion yuan (RM915.8mil) to the developer of Shanghai#8217;s bund, the Shanghai New Huangpu Group.


Utar gets RM20,000

A club, made up of businessmen from various sectors, donated RM20,000 to the Utar development fund at its second anniversary dinner on Monday night.