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KUCHING: The flood situation in Sarawak has improved slightly by noon yesterday.At 1pm, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang said there were a total of 3,458 people from 889 families at 24 relief centres statewide.
MOST of the 80-year-olds that we know are retirees who have left their jobs 20 or so years ago.
BELIA Asas Bersatu cleared a major hurdle in the FA of Penang Division One League campaign despite having to play without many of their key players in their latest match.
KUANTAN: Two orang asli villages in Chini affected by the recent floods have been identified by Crisis Relief Squad of MCA (CRSM) to receive relief aid. Pahang CRSM chief Datuk Chang Hong Seong said based on ground information they had gathered, both villages were in need of food supply and other basic necessities.
A group of urban youth volunteers from the Klang Valley travelled from Kuala Lumpur to Kota Baru, Kelantan recently to clean up SMK Al-Falahiah in Pasir Pekan that was submerged in waist-deep waters during the recent floods.
KUCHING: The Education Ministry’s dress code for schools does not say that non-Muslims cannot wear the baju kurung, according to Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah.