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Education on Naruhito’s mind

KUALA LUMPUR: Education is one of the top agendas for Crown Prince of Japan Prince Naruhito in his first official visit to Malaysia.

13 named TN50 ambassadors

PUTRAJAYA: Thirteen youths have been chosen to be ambassadors of the 2050 National Transformation (TN50) initiative and will reach out to other young people to find out their aspirations for Malaysia heading towards the year 2050.

Eco-contest for schools is back

THE highest score — eight marks — can be earned by Penang schools vying for the Green School Awards (GSA) 2017 if they abstain from using plastic bags and polystyrene food packaging.

Upgrades for horse riding centre

HORSE riding enthusiasts, including those with special needs, can now ride comfortably following the installation of new roofs at the Federal Territories Kuala Lumpur Horse Riding Centre in Taman Tasik Titiwangsa.

Social entrepreneurship camp an empowering experience for East Coast students

KUANTAN: The social entrepreneurship camp CLICK! 6.0 made its first stop here with about 90 students from suburban and rural schools in three East Coast states taking part.

Don't condemn unmarried mums who dump babies

Rather than point fingers at young women who conceal pregnancy and dump their babies, society should ask why these cases keep happening and what can be done to address the issue.

S’pore nurturing the next generation of coders

SINGAPORE: To the children in the classroom, it is a toy.

Emergency warnings lifted after Cyclone Cook clips New Zealand

SYDNEY (Reuters) - New Zealand's civil defence authorities lifted severe weather warnings on Friday after tropical Cyclone Cook moved off the country's South Island, but also cautioned that the effects of the storm would still be felt in some areas.

Permata Pintar to conduct more exchange programmes with Japan

BANGI: Permata Pintar college will conduct more student exchange programmes with Japanese schools, says Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

In historic referendum, Turkey's Erdogan faces his biggest test

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Much like the vast mosque he has commissioned atop one of Istanbul's highest hills, President Tayyip Erdogan's supporters hope a referendum on Sunday will be a crowning achievement in his drive to reshape Turkey.