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A beauty with a heart

The term 'beauty with a heart' certainly applies to our Miss Malaysia World 2004, the shy but generous Gloria Ting Mei-Ru who is an old hand in charity work even before the crown was set on her head last Saturday.


Endon: Send disabled kids for treatment

Parents with children born with disabilities should not be embarrassed to seek proper treatment for their children, said Bakti president Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood.


'The Star' staff dress up for peace

They may look like historic figures associated with war but it is the message of peace that they want to spread.


Kitchen secrets for future generations

Combining good food and celebrity, an upcoming book for charity presents family recipes of famous folk in Malaysia. PATSY KAM has the story.


Empower your child

Bored with their jobs as a lawyer and a social worker respectively, they decided to enrol in a course that resulted in them opening the only centre down south that offered children an alternative means of development through drama - the Helen O'Grady centre in JB.


Classic curtain-raiser

Though both teams have been weakened by injuries or poor form, the Gunners' clash with the Red Devils on Sunday will still be a treat, writes SHAUN ORANGE.


Helping fellow disabled cope with uncertainties

Being disabled has not hindered one man from helping others like him cope with life's uncertainties.


Fong: Less job security in future

Unions and employees had to accept that job security would be a thing of the past and a productivity-linked wage system would be the norm which were the realities of globalisation, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn.


Nanyang Foundation shows the way

In the five years since it was set up, Nanyang Foundation has managed to build a solid reputation for itself in charitable work. It now plans to move on to other things, writes SHANTINI SUNTHARAJAH.


There’s joy in charity work

This year, the BRATs' carnival was held to raise funds for the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at the University of Malaya Medical Centre. ALVIN CHOONG reports.