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Chinese kindergartens ‘served rotten, worm-infested food’ to children, two people detained

Education officials say 765 children have had health check-ups after food safety scares at three privately owned schools

Chinese gay teacher files for unfair dismissal after being outed by parent of former pupil

Kindergarten teacher, 31, who was sacked after being seen at a gay charity event says he hopes his actions will teach his pupils about being brave

Tainted pickled lime peels not imported into Malaysia, says Health DG

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The pickled lime peels from China found to contain lead is not imported into Malaysia, says Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

Captain Furyk defends selecting Mickelson for foursomes

PARIS (Reuters) - United States Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk defended his decision to play Phil Mickelson in the foursomes on the opening day of the Ryder Cup on Friday and also dismissed concerns that Tiger Woods might be hindered by back issues.

Palestinians say seven killed as Israeli troops fire on Gaza protest

GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli soldiers shot dead seven Palestinians, including two boys, who were among thousands of people who thronged to the fortified Gaza Strip border on Friday as part of weekly protests launched half a year ago, Gaza health officials said.

Society and organisations urged to help urban poor

Social worker Elaine Surin is a witness to the level of suffering endured by PPR Taman Putra Damai Lembah Subang residents, especially the children.

Metro Watch

TRAFFIC MATTERS: There will be a continuation of slip road closure at Jalan Kuala Selangor from Lebuhraya Damansara Puchong (LDP) from Oct 1 to 31, 10pm-6am daily.

Trapped in poverty in high-density flats

DESPITE being located in Kelana Jaya, a major suburb of Petaling Jaya, the PPR Taman Putra Damai Lembah Subang is in a sorry state.

Girl injured after stepping on ‘Eiffel Tower’

A NINE-year-old girl endured much pain after she accidentally stepped on a miniature Eiffel Tower at her uncle’s house.

MPS urged to tow away derelict cars

ABANDONED, rust-covered vehicles that have been cannibalised for parts in Kampong Nakhoda in Batu Caves have become a problem – where stagnant water in dashboards and other compartments have become breeding spots for mosquitoes.