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Great Eastern targets 20% growth in 2004 sales

GREAT Eastern Life Assurance (M) Bhd is targeting a 20% growth in sales this year, director and chief executive officer Alex Foong Soo Hah said.


Auspicious start to new year at Metropolitan

The Year of the Monkey was greeted with loud drums, cymbals and gongs at Metropolitan College as students and staff gathered to usher in the new year.


Tax cuts, financial help for owners of gazetted buildings and sites

Owners of heritage buildings and sites will get tax deductions and financial aid from the Government following proposed amendments to the Town and Country Planning Act, 1976, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said.


3,000 attend dinner in honour of Dr M

Over 3,000 people attended a dinner in appreciation of the leadership of former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at The Mines Exhibition Centre Saturday night.


Girl needs funds for ear op

Three-year-old Ang Yuan Ni, who is suffering from hearing impairment, needs RM60,000 more to undergo a cochlear implant surgery at Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.


Steps toward a cohesive nation

It may be hard to believe but Western Australia Chinese Chamber of Commerce president Wilson Wu swears it is true. He claims he has seen Caucasian Australians looking sad, with tears welling in their eyes, offering help to the victims of Perth firebombs two weeks ago to clear the debris of a Chinese restaurant.


Mines City attracts high-end homes

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he says: It'S getting real hot. No, I am not talking of the weather but the sizzling sales of serviced apartments in the vicinity of the Mines Resort City in Seri Kembangan.


Colourful extravaganza

Opera and acrobatics may sound like a strange pairing, but DZIREENA MAHADZIR finds the end result entertaining.


A need to shake off racial anxieties

Malaysians have functional integration - they work, study and represent the country at international sports. But SUHAINI AZNAM discovers that few are friends after work or on weekends, or spend holidays together. A mental revolution is necessary for the true Malaysian to emerge.


Fun, fiesta and friendly contests mark this year's Teachers Day

Students across the nation came up with creative ways to make this year's Teachers Day a special and memorable one.