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‘Good English starts in school’

PETALING JAYA: The process of producing graduates proficient in English should start in school, said teachers of the language.


MHS class of 1963 meets and goes down memory lane

MALACCA: Bonding is an integral part of one’s life. Ask any former yesteryear student what endears him to the school and the irrevocable answer is bonding.


Melodious way to raise funds for the needy

MALACCA: Meanwhile, one of Malacca’s popular bands The Melodians, raised some RM22,000 at their fourth biennial dinner show fund raiser effort with proceeds handed out to six local community NGO care centres.


CME Group smartphone game lets students "beef up" on agriculture economics

Bovine avatars with funny hats in an app are being corralled into helping to teach young people in the United States about agricultural markets and risk.


Family dinners may help kids cope with cyberbullying

Like victims of face-to-face bullying, kids who experience Internet bullying are vulnerable to mental health and substance use problems — but spending more time communicating with their parents may help protect them from these harmful consequences, a new study suggests.


Book details Brother Vincent’s enriching and challenging experiences

JOINING the La Sallian Brothers was one of the best decisions made by SMK St Michael Ipoh Brother Director Datuk Brother Vincent J. Corkery.


Growing together, pain and all

MINISTER in the Prime Minister’s Department and Pemandu CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala sees no reason to throw one’s hands up in despair over the growing racial-religious strain in the country.


Dr Luqman Chuah Abdullah: Driven to innovate

Who doesn’t want to know how things work? That’s the reply chemical engineer Dr Luqman Chuah Abdullah offers when asked why he chose science.


‘Weed out extremism from young’

KOTA KINABALU: The right culture inculcated in schools will go a long way in preventing extremism from taking root among the young, says renowned educationist Datuk Brother Charles O’Leary.


Ferguson residents try to get on with life after days of protest

FERGUSON Mo. (Reuters) - Banners flutter along the main street of downtown Ferguson but instead of the protest signs that read "Hands Up Don't' Shoot," these are ads for everyday events like a local farmers market and a church fish fry.