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SOME 147 Orang Asli households in Desa Temuan in Selangor received much needed basic necessities, worth RM12,208, to help them through the global uncertainties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
JOHOR BARU: It will be a challenging time for Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) as the economic growth corridor enters its last phase of development.
A LACK of funds is the main reason why Indian community non-governmental organisations (NGO) are unable to function effectively.
HAVING been sworn in half-way through a term as Penang Island City councillor, Rodziah Abul Khassim said she would give her all to ensure public interest is upheld.
THE Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) has appointed two new faces from PKR as councillors who will serve until the end of the year.
FIVE hundred schools nationwide are set to benefit from the implementation of cashless solutions and artificial intelligence-powered facial recognition over the next few months, thanks to a joint corporate social responsibility programme.
AVE Maria Convent Alumni Association (AMCAA) has donated RM13,000 to SJKC Ave Maria Convent and SMJK Ave Maria Convent to prepare for the next phase of the schools’ reopening.
MANY parents in Penang are fearing for the safety of their children travelling in school buses since no clear standard operating procedure (SOP) is in place for school bus drivers.
THE Penang government is appealing to private companies to donate their used computer- related items for needy students under the state’s E-Learning Computer Programme.
WITH the vibrant flourish of technology and beauty, cosmetics and electronic wastes have become a significant issue.