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‘Teach children to protect themselves’

It is time to crush the 'sex talk taboo' and teach children instead how to protect themselves against sex offenders, respondents to I>The Star's/Ionline poll said.


Book on Dr M’s tenure as PM launched

A collection of essays offering a range of perspectives on Malaysia during the 22 years of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's tenure as Prime Minister - I>Reflections/I>: I>The Mahathir Years/I- was launched at Universiti Malaya here on Saturday.


Sultan of Kedah's Birthday Honours List

Sultan of Kedah's Birthday Honours List for 2004.


Accused fixed camera in actress’ apartment ‘for fun’, court told

The assistant manager accused of trespassing into actress Nasha Aziz's apartment two years ago told a recording officer that he had fixed a camera in her place 'for fun', a magistrate's court heard.


Sabah: Floods not a threat to tourists

Tourists should still be allowed into Sabah's wildlife-rich Kinabatangan region as the current floods there pose no immediate threat to them, state Tourism, Culture and Environment Assistant Minister Datuk Karim Bujang said.


Suhakam offers to help NGOs deal with problem

Concerned non-governmental organisations (NGOs) could prepare a memorandum on the plight of Malaysian-born people without proper identification papers and hand it over to the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) for perusal.


Male prostitute on sodomy charge

A male prostitute was charged with sodomising and robbing a student.


What to expect as a foreign student

To study in Australia, you need a student visa unless you hold another Australian visa that allows you to enter Australia with no restrictions on study.


Star staff win media awards

I>The Star/Iexecutive editor Datuk Wong Chun Wai has won the Malaysian Press Institute (MPI) best English news/features journalism award for a write-up on Militant Groups in Malaysia.


Statement admissible, rules court

A magistrate's court has ruled that the cautioned statement taken from the man accused of fixing a spy camera in actress Nasha Aziz's apartment is admissible.