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McCann to unveil health, wellness communication division

MCCANN Worldgroup in Malaysia has become one of the first marketing communications agency networks in Malaysia to introduce a full-fledged specialist division focused on health and wellness communication.

Karim attributes rise of Egypt’s youngsters to quality coaches

KUALA LUMPUR: At 30, Karim Darwish knows that his career is at its tailend. No wonder he is happy to see Egypt producing one talented youngster after another.

NS water-based activities halted

PETALING JAYA: All water-based activities in National Service camps throughout the country have been suspended with immediate effect, said Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

EIS sets parents abuzz

JOHOR BARU: Excited parents here cannot wait for the opening of an international school right in the city here.

‘Eric the Eel’ to make Olympic comeback

LONDON: One of the Olympics’ most famous underdogs, Eric the Eel, is set to make a splash at the London Games after being named coach for the Equatorial Guinea swim team.

Tribute to an institution

It is a trip down memory lane for the writer, a STTI alumnus, as he recalls the camaraderie among his peers, and its founding lecturers who nurtured their charges into committed and dedicated specialists in their chosen fields of the noble profession.

In a class of our own

young, fit and robust in physique, we the class of 1962 were mainly from the teachers’ training colleges and had taken PE as either an “option” or “major” subject. Many of us were active sportsmen, representing our states in various games.

Good but revamp needed

From UNIVERSITY STUDENT, Birmingham, England

Sports chiefs slam term limit

CLOSE to 100 office bearers at national sports associations (NSAs), including 24 heads of the various federations, will be forced to step down over the next two years, leaving a leadership vacuum officials say will be very tough to fill.

Basement terror: Couple recounts horror

HOOKED up to a ventilator and unable to speak, Malaysian Ooi Fook Chuan wrote about his terror when two car bombs ripped through a basement as he and his wife were getting off their car. The blast flung them away, but they were lucky – they landed near an air vent and could breathe despite the choking smoke. Meanwhile, Malaysians are fleeing Thailand while those here are calling off planned holidays in the north.