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Workshop on SPM preparation

A two-day workshop on I>Preparations for the SPM Examination/Iwill be held at KDU College in Petaling Jaya on Oct 25 and 26 by educationist Sunny Yee and other lecturers.

Education

Preparation for SPM workshop

A two-day workshop on I>Preparations for the SPM Examination /Iwill be held at KDU College in Petaling Jaya on Oct 25 and 26 by educationist Sunny Yee and other lecturers.

AseanPlus News

Thaksin: Social problems top my agenda next year

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has pledged to tackle social problems plaguing the country by placing them on the top of his agenda for next year. Speaking during his weekly radio address on Sunday, he said the government would hold a series of workshops on how to resolve the problems of debts owed by the poor, landless, homeless people and teenage prostitution.

Nation

Cheers greet OIC leaders

Cheers from thousands of Malaysians greeted leaders of the OIC as they drove to the palatial Putrajaya Convention Centre for the opening of the three-day OIC Summit yesterday.

Lifestyle

New way to read Dr M’s rule

Review by Edmund Terence Gomez

Nation

Through thick and thin for 34 years

True to the name of the foundation Yayasan Budi Penyayang of which she is chief executive officer, Leela Mohd Ali is a I>penyayang/I(caring person) to her best friend Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood.

Lifestyle

Concert to fund projects in Cambodia

Ravynn Karet-Coxen is putting together a charity concert, called 'Rostropovich', to be held at Angkor Wat on Dec 14 to carry out projects in six villages in Cambodia.

Lifestyle

Networking among the Straits Chinese

In this first of a five-part series on the Straits Chinese, NEIL KHOR JIN KEONG writes on the connections they made with one another even though they lived in far-flung places.

Nation

Prince of Swing raises RM100,000

Canada's newly crowned 'Prince of Swing' Michael Buble did his bit for Malaysian charity when he performed at an exclusive, closed-door concert for 300 guests recently and raised RM100,000 for three charities.

Nation

New image for batik

Batik may be seen by some as conservative apparel often worn at formal events. However, a group of local designers is out to change that perception.