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Spirit of solidarity soars at peace run and walk

CHEER and smiles filled the Sunday morning air as the able-bodied as well as the disabled took part in the Penang Peace Run 2018.

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Help to change lives of people with vision loss

ST NICHOLAS Home for the Blind will hold its 8th Home Charity Food Carnival at its premises in Jalan Bagan Jermal on Sept 8.

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Dawn cycling adventure

ENTHUSIASTIC cyclists did not mind sacrificing their Sunday morning sleep to take part in the City of Dreams Ride.

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Doing their bit for St Nicholas Home

A TOTAL of 20 employees of Usana, a cellular nutrition company, spent their Saturday morning carrying out volunteer work to help the visually-impaired.

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Home rewards its bright sparks

THE St Nicholas Home awarded seven of its blind and visually impaired (BVI) trainees who achieved outstanding results in the 2017 STPM and SPM examinations with respective scholarships of RM500 and RM300.

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Providing free cataract surgeries for the needy

ST Nicholas Home and Penang Adventist Hospital (PAH) achieved another milestone after signing a memorandum of understanding on their latest partnership to provide free cataract surgeries for the needy.

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Bigger hospice coming up

PENANG Pure Lotus Hospice of Compassion will be able to accommodate up to 40 patients upon completion of its six-storey building in Jalan Utama.

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Blind and visually impaired join event during Earth Hour

GREEN spirit and excitement were the order of the day for 800 participants of the Earth Hour Run & Ride for Sight 2018.

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Blind pedestrians on special lanes at risk from errant bikers

Motorcyclists are ‘terrorising’ users of bicycle and pedestrian lanes in Penang and are a major concern for the blind, says St Nicholas Home for the Blind.

Nation

Disability not a barrier

GEORGE TOWN: Despite his disability, visually impaired Kenzon Yeoh emerged top scorer from among 114 candidates at SMK Georgetown in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination.