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PETALING JAYA: All five million students are in school today, the first time that everyone is back since the country had to grapple with the third wave of Covid-19 cases.
SCHOOL closures due to Covid-19 have brought significant disruptions to education. The pandemic accelerated the loss of learning and raised inequalities.
The Star’s English language resource returns with brand new features.
The Views: With Priscilla Ho, Prof Datuk Dr Andrew Mohanraj and Faith Chong.
The man blackmailed a doctor by pretending to be part of the military and demanding 600,000 yuan (US$91,300) with the threat of violence The court said the man had gone beyond a reasonable joke and had broken the law, despite the April Fool’s Day excuse
Brunei’s National Vaccination Programme set to commence today will roll out in three phases.
Cambodia confirmed another death from Covid-19 on Friday night (April 2), bringing the total number of fatalities in the country to 17, the Ministry of Health (MoH) said in a statement.
Hong Kong woman was ‘loving and caring’ step-grandmother, court hears in neglect case linked to death of girl, five
Defence lawyer argues his client, 56, was not aware of full extent of abuse in her flat until parents of five-year-old girl accused over her death Court hears the woman worked Monday to Saturday and returned home only at 9.30pm