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Hoteliers hoping to recover by year-end

Hoteliers are hoping for an improved occupancy rate by end of the year although they concede that it would be tough to regain consumer confidence.

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German killed, another hurt in Aceh

B>MEULABOH: /B>Two Germans became the first foreign victims of Indonesian military's push to crush the Free Aceh Movement (GAM).


18 students from SARS countries under quarantine

Eighteen foreign students have being quarantined in accordance with the guidelines for the prevention of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) for institutions of higher learning which came into effect on Sunday.


How college students save on expense$

Life as a college student has its share of expenditure. PHILIP AUGUSTINE finds out how you can scrimp and save and have fun all the same.


Education ties ‘a catalyst for business contacts’

Education ties between Malaysian and Western Australian universities have been a catalyst in developing business relationships in other areas between the two partners.


Working together

Things are looking up for the private education sector which is now seen as an equal partner and a key engine of growth for the country, reports GAVIN GOMEZ.


Good grades, bright future

Pulau Redang with its pristine natural beauty is a tropical paradise and popular holiday destination. But for students of SK Pulau Redang, the island is simply - home.


Watching the market float by

Unlike the more frequented floating market on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River that is nearer to the capital - which can put you off with its masses of tourists and tourist shops - Damnoen Saduak is less touristy.


Health Ministry: Common quarantine centre for foreign students will help

Malaysia will consider setting up a special quarantine centre for foreign students, as proposed by private higher learning institutions in the country.


Western Australia seeks investors

Western Australia wants to lure more Malaysians to invest in the state, particularly in a new and broader range of industries like those in the manufacturing and service sectors, Western Australia premier Dr Geoff Gallop said yesterday.