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Extended period will mean 12 hours in schools

From CONCERNED PARENT of Puchong.(I>via e-mail/I>)


Peace flag unveiled

The Peace Malaysia flag #8211; featuring a dove, the universal symbol of peace #8211; was launched at the Shangri-La Hotel.


Proposed school hours not convenient


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HK civil servants agree to 6% pay cut

B>HONG KONG:/BCivil servants here have agreed to accept pay cuts of about 6%, rolling their salaries back to what they were in 1997 as part of a plan to cut public expenditure to close a gaping deficit, a minister said yesterday.


Free medical check-up for all civil servants aged 40

The Government has decided to extend the medical examination benefit to civil servants aged 40 and above including those from the support group.

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Foreign maids protest against HK levy, pay cut

HONG KONG: Thousands of foreign workers poured onto the streets of downtown Hong Kong yesterday in the largest protest so far against government plans to levy a new tax and cut wages for foreign nationals working as maids.


No takers if there are no givers

From RAGUNATHAN SUNDRAM, Petaling Jaya (via e-mail)

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HK slashes minimum wage of foreign maids

B>HONG KONG:/BThe government said yesterday it will slash the minimum wage for foreign maids by HK$400 (RM193) per month, drawing criticism from Filipino activists who warned the 'heartless'' local officials will end up hurting their own economy.


MIM: Allow civil staff in private sector training

The Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM) is proposing to the Government to consider allowing civil servants to undergo training at the institute to promote better interaction between management officials in the public and private sectors.


Cuepacs: Pay 13 months wages

Cuepacs, the umbrella union for some 950,000 civil servants, is proposing that government employees be paid an annual salary of 13 months.