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THE medical field has always been a popular profession for students and parents, largely due to the noble values of saving lives, as well as for its stability and rewards. As an academic institution that excels in teaching Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Newcastle University has consistently been one of the most highly regarded medical degrees in the UK with programmes that are confirmed by the UK’s General Medical Council.
PUCHONG: Forming clubs and holding workshops in residential areas and villages can help the community sustain a better quality of life, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
HOMESTEAD, Fla., SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (Reuters) - For a growing number of migrant children, this is their first home in America: a sprawling campus dotted with beige buildings, massive white tents and metal trailers, next door to a U.S. Air Force base.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Toxic bacteria capable of causing coral bleaching and wound infections in humans have been found on microplastics picked up from the Republic's coastline between April and July 2018.
SEMENYIH: Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin says a decision on the replacements for the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and deputy IGP will be made soon.
SEMENYIH: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin dismissed talk that the issues the party has been facing recently would weaken its chances in the Semenyih by-election.
SEMENYIH: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) will announce its candidate for the Semenyih by-election next Thursday (Feb 14).
SEREMBAN (Bernama): ? A trailer carrying nitric acid, which was being towed, overturned at KM270.5 of the North-South Expressway (north bound) near the Seremban Rest and Recreation area here Saturday (Feb 9).
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Long known for singing and dancing at political rallies, former president Jacob Zuma has now been chosen as the voice of anti-apartheid liberation songs in a South African history project.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's government has begun laying off just over 3,000 workers from its youth ministry, as it tries to make good on its promise to cut the bloated civil service and sort out the country's finances.