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MOST people prefer to avoid strangers, especially if it is late at night, but that is not the case for one 21-year-old clerk in Ipoh.
TEARS flowed when a father reunited with his six-month-old baby in Johor Baru after leaving him just a few days after his birth.
KUANTAN: Rapha Children’s Home has thanked Kuantan MCA for giving a helping hand to the three sisters who lived a squalid life surrounded by garbage and animal waste.
GUIDED by the premise that quality education produces the leaders of tomorrow, Standard Chartered Malaysia has donated to not-for-profit organisations Teach For Malaysia (TFM) and Pertubuhan Pembangunan Kendiri Wanita Dan Gadis (Women:girls).
A TASK force aimed at tackling the issue of baby dumping in Selangor will soon be formed by the state government.
TREES within the compound of St George’s Girls’ School in Penang were only trimmed as a safety measure and not chopped down as claimed by the public.
AN IDEA mooted some 30 years ago for a new building of classrooms finally became a reality for the 125-year-old SK Perempuan Methodist in Ipoh.
JOHOR BARU: Johor-based non-governmental organisations (NGOs) hope the state government will allocate funds for them under Johor Budget 2021.
Domestic violence takes a number of forms – physical, verbal, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. It can be both subtle or violent. The victims must act to save themselves and society must not turn a blind eye to this social problem, especially now that perpetrators are taking to using technology to bully the victims and make them submissive. In this article, we hear abused women talk about their anguish.Women in despair