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First to benefit from module

Penangites will be the first in the country to benefit from the Health Ministry's Com-munity Health Promotion Centre (CHPC) co-curricular module.


Financial protection for seniors planned

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has allocated RM2.5mil to Universiti Malaya (UM) to create the Senior Citizen Financial Protection Chair, a first for aged financial protection in the country.


Kenyans clinch top spots again

Kenyans dominated again at the 21st edition of the Seremban Half Marathon on Sunday, sweeping the top three spots in the men's senior 21km run.


Award winners’ secret to success

PASSION and discipline are the secrets to success, according to Munchy Group chief executive officer Tan Chuan Kok.


The magnificent seven of CR

Seven companies were honoured for their exemplary corporate responsibility (CR) initiatives at the inaugural StarBiz-ICR Malaysia Corporate Responsibility Awards 2008.


Orang asli get free health check

MORE than 20 employees from Sanofi-Aventis Malaysia, comprising its in-house doctors and nurses, made a trip from Kuala Lumpur into the jungles of Raub, Pahang, to visit the Temuan orang asli community, bringing with them medical supplies and food items such as rice and biscuits.


Smart partnership

HIMALAYA Herbal Healthcare (Himalaya) and University College Sedaya International (UCSI) recently initiated a Friends of Himalaya programme to nurture entrepreneurship skills among students.


PM: Foreigners want our skilled workers and innovation

A big flow of foreign investments into Malaysia, especially in Penang and Johor, is seen as reflecting a growing interest among investors to use the entrepreneurial and innovative skills available here.


First child trauma response team set up in Penang

Penang became the first state in the country to set up the Child Trauma Psychosocial Response Team (CTPRT) initiated by the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef).


MMA: A reasonable request

The request by some government doctors that their on-call allowance be increased is reasonable and the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) will be submitting a proposal to the Health Ministry on the matter.