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BUKIT MERTAJAM: A remnant of Malaysian history nestled in a cemetery just under 500m from mainland Penang’s eastern border with Kedah may soon be preserved for future generations.
When David Geipel, 18, scrolls through TikTok, he sees videos of people speaking candidly about their struggles with mental health.
Despite hitting the century mark, the father of preventive medicine is still going strong and doing research – living proof that he was right all along.
Authentic travel experiences are perhaps best sought from local artisans or long-time residents of a particular destination. In fact, many practitioners and local experts have been listing their workshops and services on online platforms.
I HAVE been a big critic of and objector to Maszlee Malik as Education Minister from day one.
THE new health education syllabus on the PEERS (reproductive and social health education) curriculum will see general information on statutory rape being included in the Year Six textbook. And, in Form Five, the topic will be further discussed in the context of sexual assault starting next year, the Education Ministry told StarEdu.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's conservative People's Party (OVP) led by Sebastian Kurz has struck a coalition deal with the Greens, paving the way for Kurz's return to power and the left-wing Greens to enter into government for the first time.
KOTA KINABALU: Information on events leading to the formation of the country in the 1960s are now lost with the death of Tan Sri Peter Lo on New Year’s Day, says former chief minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee.
A man in his mid 50s who has never made a claim on his health insurance gets a letter from his insurance company stating that his premium has been increased by 23% for the year starting 2020.The rise baffles the customer. The reasons given are even more perplexing.
KOTA KINABALU: Information on events leading to the formation of the county in the 1960s are now lost with the death of Tan Sri Peter Lo on New Year's Day, says former chief minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee.