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Ong: TARC ex-students should give scholarships

Successful graduates of Tunku Abdul Rahman (TAR) College should provide scholarships or loans to those who need help to further their education, said MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.


A grateful maid says 'Thank You'

From Juvy Macaylas, Petaling Jaya, Selangor


Going hungry for charity

What does it feel like to go without food? The 30-Hour Famine offers a taste of this and gives participants a chance to raise funds to help poor children worldwide, reports CATHERINE SIOW.


Philanthropist's widow dies at 96

The widow of well-known philanthropist Foo Yet Kai passed away at 6.20pm on Friday. Chung Sai Moi, who had been bedridden for three years, was 96.


Strange ideas for Bangkok clean-up

The image-conscious Thaksin administration has ordered hastily implemented facelifts to show Bangkok in the best possible light when leaders of 21 member countries of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum converge on the capital city for a summit next month.


Building special bond with the less fortunate

B>A/B>FTER conducting the street poll in Pangkor Island the day before, the Bright Roving Annoying Teens (BRATs) were ready to take their newly learned skills to the next level by visiting the Diamond Home in Ayer Tawar, Perak. It was an opportunity to lend a hand and give back to the community.


Monthly aid for Pahang’s poor

The Pahang tithes collection centre has launched a financial assistance payment programme to distributemoney to the poor on a monthly basis.


Register, care centres told

The Social Welfare Department has been directed to take legal action against care centres which are not registered with the department.


Grads to hold annual dinner

The Malay-sian Association of Indian University Graduates (MAIUG) will hold its annual dinner and dance at the Vintage Ballroom, Holiday Villa Subang, at 7.30pm Saturday.


Campbell's scoop

She is said to be an ill-behaved diva. However, supermodel Naomi Campbell was a picture of diplomacy in a recent interview with LIONEL SEAH.