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Smile, if you're with the civil service

If you are a civil servant, please smile, be helpful and never be rude for you will never know who will be watching you.

Letters

Government must have political will to make civil service deliver

From TAN SRI RAMON NAVARATNAM of Kuala Lumpur.

Nation

Module exemption for 50,000 teachers

A new Public Services Department (PSD) ruling has exempted some 50,000 teachers from taking the Nationalism module when they sit for their Efficiency Level Assessment (PTK) test.

Nation

PM shows he’s a true environmentalist

The international conference on biodiversity in Paris beginning today may sound like a highbrow meeting for politicians, diplomats and environmentalists but for Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, it is about the ordinary people.

Nation

Splashing debate over water topic

THE topic of managing water resources in the country dominated the debate during the special sitting last week.

Letters

Paris shackled by civil service strikes

It's a good time to visit Paris - the air is crisp but not freezing. For Malaysians, it's a way to escape the heat which is expected to worsen as Chinese New Year approaches.

Nation

Prime Minister rallies the troops

He was among his own, and he spoke with passion. But the message from the Prime Minister to the civil servants is clear. Wong Sulong comments.

Nation

PM on how to reinvent the civil service

To safeguard the image of the civil service, public sector employees must be creative, inventive, fluid, consultative, courteous and free of corrupt practices, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.

ASEAN+

Work on action plan starts

More than 150 countries got to work Tuesday on drafting a global action plan to save lives during disasters, with the United Nations saying the effort needed to be quicker and better funded in the wake of the Asian tsunamis.

Nation

Abdullah: No guarantees

THERE will be no automatic increase in water tariffs but the Government will not be able to guarantee that they stay unchanged, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.