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Herbs for verve

YVONNE LEE SHU YEE visits a nursery and finds herbs with all sorts of curative qualities.

Student tapes workshop for schoolmates

Seats for the Best School Newspaper Awards 2003 workshop were limited to four participants per school, but that did not stop 13-year-old Chong Wen Shan from bringing all the tips and information back to his other schoolmates.

State introduces new award

The highest state award, the I>Darjah Utama Pangkuan Negeri /I>(DUPN), will now carry the title Datuk Seri Utama, following the creation of a new second highest award that will carry the title Datuk Seri #8211; the I>Darjah Panglima Pangkuan Negeri/I(DPPN).

Tan & Tan to launch gated residential estates

TAN TAN Developments Bhd is launching I>Tanamera/I>, the first of a series of private gated residential estates, built around the blueprints established from its successful I>Sierramas/Idevelopment in Sungai Buloh, Selangor.

Loan not for buying shares, court told

The Sessions Court here was told that the RM200mil loan from the Malaysian Islamic Economic Development Foundation (YPEIM) to Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM) could not be used to invest in shares.

Remains of man found on railway track

The remains of a construction worker, whose hands were tied with a string, were found on a railway track in Sungai Buloh here.

Recycling begins at mall next door

K. SHANTINI must have been the happiest teacher in Malaysia this week. Who can blame her when all three entries from her class as well as school made it to the last two final phases of the Hotlink Nationwide Student Community Service Competition.

Four schools win grand prize

B>THE BEST: /B>The Freelancers Team of SMK Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh receiving their grand prize worth RM15,000 from Maxis Communications Berhad product marketing-prepaid manager Ratnakumar Selvaratnam (right) in a mock cheque presentation ceremony.

All champions!


Security at prisons upgraded

The implementation of the electronic security system at prisons will tighten security and reduce the number of prison personnel, said Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Aseh Che Mat.