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Amputee to walk again

CANCER survivor Koh Chah Loke, who had his right leg amputated, will be able to walk again soon, thanks to 1MCA Medical Foundation and Lion Group Medical Assistance Fund.


No to pharmacy Bill

KOTA KINABALU: Non-governmental organisations in the state are against the tabling of the Pharmacy Bill that advocates separation in the dispensing of medicine.


Looking for a better plan

THE Selangor government is studying an integrated plan for waste management, which includes waste separation, a materials recovery facility and a biomass facility.


Campaign aims to raise awareness among Malaysians

THE Malaysian Dental Association and Listerine celebrated World Oral Health Day in a nationwide effort to remind Malaysians on the importance of good oral care.


Pat on the back for hard work

WHILE his peers prefer jobs in offices, hotels and shopping malls, Shahdamir Amir, 30, has no qualms doing the cleaning at the Bayan Baru wet market and hawker centre.


Business with a passion

Andrea Ong tells CHOO WOON LIM that her profitable organic nut butter business really began more as a personal health-food campaign than anything.


Metro Watch

In conjunction with World Heritage Day Celebration 2015, the Malaysian National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites will have an art competition themed ‘Warisan Kita’ on April 12 from 9.30am to 12.30pm at the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Jalan Raja, KL. For details and to register, call 03-2693 4182 or email


Obesity: A big problem to overcome

Obesity among schoolchildren is on the rise, and this is becoming a worrying trend.


Fighting pain with art

THEY say that an artwork is an expression of feelings in different mediums, and for a group of women affected by endometriosis, this is especially true.


Get nod before building telco towers, group told

THE Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), local governments and telecommunication companies should hold meetings with locals before building its telecommunication towers, said Perak Communication Committee chairman Datuk Shahrul Zaman Yahya (BN-Rungkup).