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Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's first year as Prime Minister was spent 'sowing seeds of ideas' for all Malaysians. He said the seeds had germinated and were now growing well. He added that he was looking forward to his second year in office to ensure 'the saplings will grow into shady trees and bear good fruits.'
Plantations in Sarawak should give better pay and fringe benefits to attract more local workers and reduce their dependency on foreigners, Sarawak Labour Council president William Ghani Bina said.
By SEAH CHIANG NEE
From M.O. of Kuala Lumpur.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said that the new pension scheme being worked out for civil servants would be more beneficial than the existing one.
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Civil servants may be able to pass the Assessment of Efficiency level (PTK) easier now that the passing mark has been lowered from the previous 80 to 60.
Kelantan police and the Fire and Rescue Department are ready to face floods in the approaching monsoon season.
Japan struggles to define new patriotism untainted by wartime debacle, writes JOSEPH COLEMAN.
Police investigations into the allegation that a number of government employees and police personnel are acting as informers for entertainment centre operators here are being hampered by the use of pseudonyms and prepaid telephone lines.