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Let’s hear it for the kids

THE children filled the entire auditorium with their voices, hitting all the right notes as they delighted the audience at the Securities Commission Auditorium recently.

Lifestyle

Singing in harmony

The Great Eastern 'Life Is Great!' Across Borders Concert Recital will feature Malaysia's own Operafest Children's Choir and the Piedmont Choirs from the United States.

Lifestyle

Ticket redemption

EXCLUSIVELY for I>The Star/Ireaders, 100 special invites to the I>Great Eastern 'Life Is Great!' Across Borders Concert Recital/Iare up for grabs.

Business

PacificMas merger nears end

PacificMas Bhd expects its merger with Great Eastern Life Assurance (M) Bhd and Overseas Assurance Corp (M) Bhd (OAC) to be concluded by year-end, at the earliest.

Business

Great Eastern launches GIS

Great Eastern Life Assurance Bhd is targeting RM50mil in premium collection from its newly launched GreatI>Life/IInternational Scholar Insurance (GIS) by year-end, chief executive officer Alex Foong said.

Education

Insurance firm offers study awards

THE Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Bhd is offering overseas, regional and local scholarships to outstanding students.

Business

Strategic tie-ups for insurers

Although the local insurance industry has seen some form of consolidation of late, it is not likely to see any merger soon.

Business

Great Eastern eyes RM800m properties

Great Eastern Life Assurance (M) Bhd expects its property portfolio to grow to RM800mil from RM680mil by end-2007, executive vice-president and head (finance and corporate affairs) Bruce Lee Yee Lam said.

Education

Aid for top students

GOOD news for STPM school leavers! Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad is offering attractive overseas, regional and local scholarships to outstanding students.

Business

Generous dividend payout policy to continue

CLASSIC Scenic Bhd has no intention of cutting back on its generous dividend policy, or sell new shares to fund its on-going capacity expansion drive.