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Group: Teach personal safety to students

KUCHING: The Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) would like schools to conduct personal safety programmes for students to promote greater awareness on the subject.


Revive road safety clubs, schools urged

PUTRAJAYA: Road safety clubs in schools should be revived to keep youths away from illegal racing or Mat Rempit activities.


Ministry will not compromise safety in schools

The Education Ministry will not compromise on matters concerning the safety and health of students especially with regards to cases of food contamination and poisoning.


China detains quake school critic - rights group

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police have detained a retired teacher on subversion charges after she decried the state of many schools buildings that toppled during last month's devastating earthquake, a Hong Kong-based human rights group said on Wednesday.


Teachers to be trained as traffic wardens

The Sarawak State Ministry for Infrastructure Development and Communications and the Sarawak Road Safety Department have recently decided to make it mandatory for every school in cities and towns to train one teacher as traffic warden.


Suhakam wants to look into schoolboy’s death

The Human Rights Commission (Sukaham) is planning to send an independent committee to investigate the death of Form Three student K. Yashovan who fell from the second floor of a school in Puchong last Tuesday.


River diversion at Rawang

When the two-phase flood alleviationproject in Rawang iscompleted at the end of nextyear, the residents will be free from thethreat of floods, according to Rawangassemblyman Datuk Tang See Hang.


What schools can do

The Education Ministry is prepared to look into including instruction on personal safety in schools.


Company organises traffic games for school children

Instead of cars, they rode on bicycles and toy wheels, but around 1,000 school children got first hand experience on road safety at the recent Shell Malaysia's 50th National Traffic Games.


Injured cop warns parents

B>P/B>arents are signing their children's death warrants if they allow them to ride motorcycles without a licence.