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Metro News

Lifts at Sibu Hospital under repair

SIBU: Work to repair faulty lifts at the Sibu Hospital is expected to complete in November.

Metro News

Have bus, will travel

BELAGA: The state government has been urged to heed rural Sarawak’s urgent need for bus services.

Metro News

Injured dogs at MDDB safe from euthanasia

CANINE welfare project Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) strongly believes severely injured dogs must be given a chance to live instead of being put to sleep.

Metro News

Many store extra water, some leave town

Klang Valley residents are so used to water cuts in the past that they have stocked up enough water and kept less important tasks for later.

Metro News

Giving them a voice to achieve their goals

KENNY Lee Man Njun, 21, who is pursuing a diploma in Mass Communication, is also an author of a motivational book and will start working from home soon.

Focus

For the love of teaching

IMAGINE the torment of having a lot to say but not being able to say them properly.

Community

Make road safer, council urged

ALMOST four years have passed since a one-way traffic system was implemented in Pulau Tikus, Penang, but some people still think the old two-way system is better suited for the area.

Community

Surviving on streets of PJ

EXCLUSIVE: The homeless in Petaling Jaya are caught in the poverty trap and need the support and help from the authorities to get them off the streets.

Community

‘Water cut untimely, prior notice should have been given’

CONSUMERS are angry that no prior notice was given regarding the scheduled water disruption in the Klang Valley and, worse still, that this should have happened at time when many were preparing to celebrate Christmas.

Community

Coping with a disaster

THE 65 families affected by landslide in Taman Idaman, Serendah, are receiving counselling from officers from the Welfare Department to cope with the trauma following the incident.