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The dengue outbreak that killed at least 22 people nationwide in less than two months is far from over despite a drop in suspected cases for the first time last week.
City Hall will provide more allocation to buy fogging equipment and chemicals for its seven contractors to rid the city of aedes mosquitoes.
The Education Ministry will allow teachers to develop fields of interest within the teaching profession, said Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.
The number of dengue fever cases in Sarawak's oil capital has dropped considerably with strict enforcement and implementation of innovative methods, including the mandatory use of polystyrene beads in septic tanks.
True stories abound about the dengue plague, NITHYA SIDHHU writes.
The dengue situation in the country seems to be improving with no death recorded for the past month and the number of new cases in certain states has dropped, according to health authorities here.
Although still halfway through its nationwide tour, the Dumex National Science Quiz and Science Project Rakan Esti Science Fiesta 2005 has already received greater response compared to last year.
The recent closure of 35 canteens in Kelantan due to poor hygiene has brought school canteens into public glare again, with parents questioning not only their cleanliness but the quality of food served there. In a two-part series, S. INDRAMALAR and TAN SHIOW CHIN check out our school canteens.
At least one-third of the entire student population of a boarding school in Manjoi have been suffering from fever for the past one week and the Perak state health authorities are probing its cause.
Worried over the 10-fold increase in dengue cases in the last 10 years, the Government has directed the agencies and the local authorities concerned to step up efforts to halt the trend.