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Rais: Telcos must keep charges low to up broadband use

CYBERJAYA: Telecommunication providers must keep their charges low and service efficient to encourage more Malaysians to get 'connected' by using broadband facilities.

Low population growth a big worry

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is worried about its declining population growth rate and whether there will be enough young adults after it becomes a developed country.

Prevention is better than cure

ALLEGATIONS of Penan rape is not new, but a new round of musical chairs among government agencies has just started.

Action to be taken to ensure beggar-free JB streets

JOHOR BARU: Drastic actions will be taken to rid Johor Baru streets of beggars.

Australian PM may call election within days - media

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's ruling Labor party is set for a narrow victory in upcoming elections, two new opinion polls showed on Monday, as speculation grew that Prime Minister Julia Gillard could call an election as soon as this week.

Friends killed in roof collapse

BATU GAJAH: Three boys were crushed to death and another was seriously injured when the roof of an abandoned building collapsed on them at a low-cost housing scheme in Changkat Tin, Tanjung Tualang.

Flat rate for all under new healthcare system mulled

KUALA LUMPUR: The rich, like everybody else except the very poor, need only contribute a 'flat rate' to enjoy quality healthcare under the planned National Health Financing Scheme .

Spellbinding fashion show

PASSERS-BY along Jalan Tun Sambathan, Brickfields, stopped to enjoy a fashion show at the Mumbai store recently.

Many poor city folks not offered PPR units

Many urban poor in KL desperately wanting to own a PPR unit were frustrated as they did not receive offer letters from DBKL. Some who did receive the offer are finding it hard to secure a bank loan. Picture shows Mohd Yusnizai Yunus of PPR Sri Semarak showing his offer letter from DBKL to buy a PPR unit. However, he was unable to secure a bank loan because he has no pay slip. - By LOW LAY PHON/The Star

Have hire-purchase scheme to help buyers, govt urged

THE Government should implement a hire-purchase scheme to enable residents to buy the PPR units they are currently renting instead of asking them to take a bank loan, Persatuan Masyarakat Selangor Wilayah Persekutuan (Permas) president Tan Jo Hann said.