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Programme bridges gap between underprivileged youths and the digital world

MANY from underprivileged backgrounds are still unfamiliar with or have little access to Information Technology.

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Fatimah: Students can wear pinafore or baju kurung

KUCHING: The Education Ministry’s dress code for schools does not say that non-Muslims cannot wear the baju kurung, according to Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah.

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Tackling social issues through sport

FORMER Malaysian national team coach Datuk K. Rajagopal’s presence at the Education, Welfare and Research Foundation Malaysia (EWRF) futsal carnival was an inspiration to attending players and students.

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New school supplies for 82 orang asli kids

FINANCE company Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Berhad (CGC) brought cheer to 82 schoolchildren from Bukit Manchong Orang Asli Settlement by giving them back-to-school supplies recently.

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UCTS opens February intake

SIBU: University College of Technology Sarawak (UCTS) is currently accepting enrolment for February 2015 undergraduate admission.

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UiTM teams bag first and third prizes in cooking competition

ALL the hard work experimenting in the kitchen has paid off for Nur Sarah Abdul Rahim and Azeera Hashim, both 22, who emerged as champions at the recent Uni-Chef 2014 competition.

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Student aid programme to benefit 3,000 students from seven states

ECO World Foundation will allocate RM5mil annually to assist poor students.

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200 pupils get haircuts

KOTA KINABALU: Some 200 pupils in the semi-rural Kiulu area about 70kms from here were given a free haircut ahead of the new school year opening.

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Palm oil industry provides steady incomes for over 30% of state’s total workforce

KUCHING: The palm oil industry is becoming a major contributor to Sarawak’s economy after oil and gas and the timber industry.

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Proceeds from sale of cookbook to go towards educating refugee children from Myanmar

HOW many ways can one raise funds for a charitable cause? Organise a bake sale? Sell handicrafts? Write a big fat cheque? Those were the niggling questions in Rhonda Kortum’s mind two years ago.