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Exhibits tell story of work of Internal Security Department

At the end of a quiet slip road off Whitley Road is a double-storey building which houses a collection of over 800 artefacts, documents and photographs that were once classified secret by the Internal Security Department (ISD).

Fine example of a leader

Throughout his 35 years in the civil service, Tan Sri Dr Zainul Ariff Hussain rarely went on leave. He probably holds the record as the civil servant with the most number of leave written off.

Gift or bribe? It's hard to say

Is the Asian culture of giving gifts to show appreciation in danger of becoming a disguise for a culture of corruption? SHAILA KOSHY examines whether this practice has a place in the scheme of good governance and the National Integrity Plan.

Politics with a local flavour

IBU DESLINARTI stood in the middle of her eight-hectares padi field. I stepped away when she talked to one of her tenant farmers. As they discussed the harvest I took in the magnificent view.

Politics with a local flavour

Jalan Jalan with Karim Raslan.

Abdullah: If the movement wants Khairy, so be it

UMNO acting president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will not stop any division from nominating his son-in-law, Khairy Jamaluddin, as a candidate in the coming party elections, I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported.

More objective evaluation of government staff

The Government wants to assess the performance of civil servants more objectively using key performance indicators (KPIs) and develop a high performance culture among them.

Wooing airlines back to Kerteh

The state wants airlines to resume commercial flights to the Petronas-owned Kerteh Airport, about 35km from, after a lapse of two years.

Suria joins port sector

CASH-RICH Suria Capital Holdings Bhd will cross the last hurdle to become a port operator when shareholders approve its plans at an EGM on June 29.

Bid to cut building costs

The Government wants an in-depth study on how prefabricated technology for houses or buildings can help reduce costs and the country's reliance on foreign labour.