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Majority reluctant to report graft

THREE in five Singaporeans would be reluctant to report corruption to the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau, a new survey shows.

Cops smash triad in Guangdong

POLICE in Guangdong Province, South China, have smashed a leading triad in the city of Qingyuan and rounded up 59 suspects.

Few sign up as voters in Putrajaya

Despite attempts by the Election Commission to get residents to register as voters for the newly gazetted parliamentary constituency here, only 2,000 of the 12,000 civil servants staying here have actually done so.

Status as Islamic country is clear, says Pak Lah

There has been enough explanation about Malaysia being an Islamic country and non-Muslims are not worried that they will lose the right to choose their own religion, said Acting Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Civil service offers flexi hours to those affected by SARS

THE civil service will grant time off, where possible, to employees affected by the SARS outbreak.

Teacher Council or toothless tiger?

From NIROSHA SEN of Ipoh, Perak

Issue of film company clearing land ‘blown out of proportion’

The issue of a film production company clearing land near Gunung Brinchang in Cameron Highlands has been blown out of proportion, Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob said here yesterday.

MIM: Allow civil staff in private sector training

The Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM) is proposing to the Government to consider allowing civil servants to undergo training at the institute to promote better interaction between management officials in the public and private sectors.

Cuepacs: Pay 13 months wages

Cuepacs, the umbrella union for some 950,000 civil servants, is proposing that government employees be paid an annual salary of 13 months.

HK slashes minimum wage of foreign maids

B>HONG KONG:/BThe government said yesterday it will slash the minimum wage for foreign maids by HK$400 (RM193) per month, drawing criticism from Filipino activists who warned the 'heartless'' local officials will end up hurting their own economy.