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Deepavali fun for Pulau Carey kids

ABOUT 100 children from Tadika Pulau Carey (West & South), Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Tamil) Pulau Carey (East, South & West) and SMK Pulau Carey were invited to a fun-filled Maybank Deepavali celebration.


Cosy comfort awaits residents at prominent high-rise

COMING home will be more joyful than ever with a beautiful house waiting for you at Prominence.


Small town with thrilling history and attractions

TAMPIN has the distinction of being one of the most unique towns in the country as it straddles the boundaries of two states; Negri Sembilan and Malacca.


Use allocation to improve teachers’ English, says Melta

PETALING JAYA: A portion of the RM90mil allocated for enhancing English language proficiency in Budget 2017 should be used to train teachers.


Parents must play bigger role in pre-school sought

MIRI: Parents must make sure that they send their children to Government-registered pre-schools and kindergartens.


Breaking the school’s prize-giving norm

SIBU: SMK Rosli Dhoby broke away from its norm by having its annual prize-giving day at University College of Technology Sarawak (UCTS) instead of at the school.


Construction counters hit new all time highs following Budget 2017

KUALA LUMPUR : Several construction counters have rallied to new all time highs following the Budget 2017 presentation last week due to the continuation of existing major infrastructure initiatives and positive earnings expectations ahead of the third quarter earnings season.


Pakistan's plan to cut disaster risk aims at a new target - schools

SAJAWAL, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When seven hours of non-stop rain led to a flash flood that swept through his village school, leaving it heavily damaged, science teacher Ali Zamin Samejo had to be hospitalised for shock.


Former British banker cites 'diminished responsibility' over Hong Kong double murder charge

HONG KONG (Reuters) - A Hong Kong judge warned jurors that they will have to view video filmed by former British banker Rurik Jutting of the torture and vicious killing of two Indonesian women he is accused of murdering as the trial got under way on Monday.


Chinese primary school teachers’ shortage resolved

PUTRAJAYA: The two-decade old problem of a shortage of teachers in Chinese primary schools has finally been resolved.