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Govt yet to decide on army medics for Iraq

MALAYSIA has yet to decide whether to send Malaysian army medical officers to help war victims in Iraq, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Razak told I>Berita Harian/I>.


Revive training schemes call

MULTINATIONALS and big corporations should revive the programme to train graduates in an effort to polish up their skills and lessen the Government#8217;s burden in dealing with unemployed graduates, a backbencher proposed.


Princes head Kelantan list

Kelantan's Tengku Bendahara, Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra ibni Sultan Ismail Petra and Tengku Temenggong, Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Petra ibni Sultan Ismail Petra head the list of 348 people who will receive various state awards in conjunction with the Sultan of Kelantan#8217;s 53rd birthday today.


Trimming CF red tape

Some of the seven technical departments involved in the issuance of certificates of fitness will be removed from the process in an attempt to reduce the number of complaints about bureaucracy, said Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.


Courses in ethnic languages

STUDENTS can now sit for qualifications offered by the Association of Business Executives (ABE) in Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia at KDU College following the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement between both organisations.


Five men die in three road accidents in Pahang

Five men, including a navy personnel and a student, were killed in separate accidents in Pahang Saturday.


Name cleared after 16 years

A Tenaga Nasional technician was sentenced to five years#8217; jail in 1990 for three counts of sodomising a blind student but it took him 16 years before he finally cleared his name.


Karaoke team wins entrepreneur award

Team Epsilon who bagged the Gold Award in the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003, can kick back their heels and look forward to the next part - a well earned trip to Seattle. Edah Chong, Eileen Tey Yee Lin and Soh Lin Che - did not expect to win and were pleasantly surprised when the results were announced on Thursday night.



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Potential savings in energy use

A Malaysia Energy Centre audit conducted last year in 24 Malaysian-based factories has revealed the potential for reductions in energy costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.