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Hotels stress local travel

The hotel industry has encouraged Malaysians to travel within the country as the Government has discouraged travel to China, Hong Kong and Singapore.


Quarantine order a must

Families or people who disobey the Health Ministry's quarantine order, to contain the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) from spreading, can be penalised for the offence.


Blood, sweat and moonlight serenades

Some students able to balance their studies with part-time jobs are earning money enough to spend on the things they fancy. JOANNE LIM reports.

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Kim visits military university to stress threat

B>SEOUL:/BNorth Korea reported Friday leader Kim Jong-il's first public appearance in 50 days, a visit to a military medical university that analysts said underscored Pyongyang's belief it will be the next US target after Iraq.


Eight warded for observation

Eight people having symptoms similar to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) have been warded for examination and laboratory tests.

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Stress on industrial safety

THE General Office of the State Council, which is the Chinese Cabinet, has issued an emergency notice calling on all localities, departments and work units to carry out thorough inspections on production safety to reduce industrial accidents.


Help at the helm

To provide the best education, you have to learn from the best #8211; with that in mind Help Institute is holding a one-day strategic seminar on I>Comparative Models of Tertiary Education/I>.


Many ways to measure intelligence

From AIRIL HAIMI MOHD ADNAN, #8216;UfoRIA#8217; Centre of Excellence, UiTM Perak Campus


New policy sees birth of more university-colleges

University-college status is the #8220;in thing#8221; now. A handful of private colleges are on the verge of getting it while several others are working towards it, reports GAVIN GOMEZ.


Human rights education for all

In the second part of her article, PROF CHIAM HENG KENG explores the issues surrounding human rights education.