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Nation

Wrong perception of Putrajaya

Overseeing a new town when that town is Putrajaya where the Prime Minister lives is not easy. Putrajaya Corporation president Tan Sri Azizan Zainul Abidin will tell you that, writes MERGAWATI ZULFAKAR.

Letters

Wrong perception of Putrajaya

Overseeing a new town when that town is Putrajaya where the Prime Minister lives is not easy. Putrajaya Corporation president Tan Sri Azizan Zainul Abidin will tell you that, writes MERGAWATI ZULFAKAR.

Letters

Cuepacs calls on govt to fill vacancies

THE Government's delay in filling 5,000 vacancies in the civil service is worrying Cuepacs, I>Malaysia Nanban/Ireported Tuesday.

Nation

Be fair to civil service, media urged

The media should be more balanced when reporting on misbehaviour of government servants so as not to affect the morale of the whole civil service, Chief secretary to the Government Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said.

Nation

Larian Perdana to become a major sporting event

The annual Civil Servants Welfare and Sports Council (Maksak) run #8211; Larian Perdana Maksak #8211; is set to become a major sporting event in the country.

Nation

Shahidan invites Thais to join campaign

Perlis, targeting to collect 200,000 signatures for the Malaysians for Peace campaign, will be asking its Thai counterparts to join the cause.

Nation

Get your F1 tickets at the post office

Fifteen per cent of this year's Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix ticket sales are expected to be derived from Pos Malaysia outlets, which has joined in 'The World's Hottest Race' campaign for the first time this year.

Health

Going for insurance

In the second part of the report on Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Options for Malaysia by LOH FOON FONG, who received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and visited Switzerland and Sweden to study their healthcare systems, she writes on the issues involved in a national health insurance scheme.

Letters

Push for a drug-free society

The Government has vowed to use war-like strategies to rid the country of the drug menace by 2015. In this first of a two-part story on the illicit drug problem, WONG LI ZA talks to former drug abusers while DEVID RAJAH lays out the magnitude of the situation.

Nation

Take up more sports, civil servants urged

Civil servants must take part in more sports activities to give them the physical, mental and spiritual strength needed in carrying out their daily duties.