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Three held over sale of fake medical chits

Police here have smashed a syndicate that sold forged medical certificates (MCs) via the short messaging service (SMS) and another that operated by word of mouth.

Give your best for the people, public servants told

Public servants have been reminded that being client-friendly means giving their best service to the people.

Discuss with PSD, Cuepacs urged

Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Samsudin Osman called on Cuepacs to reconsider holding an assembly on Sept 5 to protest against the competency appraisal system (PTK) for civil servants.

Returning to Rukun Negara

Come Aug 31, the Rukun Negara will be 34 years old and based on its history, the five principles should have been our way of life and not treated as only a pledge to be read occasionally.

Paramedics strike over Olympic bonus

Greece's paramedics walked off the job yesterday to demand a bonus for working long hours during the Olympic Games, saying they would continue their strike until the government backs down.

Climate change policy needed

Padi fields, dumpsites, cement plants, livestock and vehicles are among the myriad sources of greenhouse gases which cause climate change. As an industry-intensive developing country, what is Malaysia doing to cut down its emission of such gases?

ACA seeks to hire more people

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) wants to increase its manpower to be more effective in combating corruption.

Abolish assessment for government staff, urges Cuepacs

Cuepacs wants the Government to abolish the I>Penilaian Tahap Kecekapan/I(Efficiency Level Assessment), claiming that it has weaknesses that can lead to civil servants being disadvantaged, I>Utusan Malaysia /I>reported yesterday.

Appraisal system for civil servants to stay

The Government has no plans to abolish the competency appraisal system despite calls by Cuepacs to do so, Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said.

Preparing for old age

Working folk all over the world worry about having enough for a decent lifestyle after retirement. LOH FOON FONG looks at private pension schemes as supplements.