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WHEN the movement control order (MCO) was announced in March, healthcare workers like Dr Nooreen Farzana Mustapha and Dr Hanis Syazwani Ab Fatah worried about who would take care of their children when they were on duty.
STAR Foundation’s Medical Fund Programme recipient Muhammad Danish Iskandar Kama Azmin has successfully undergone a heart surgery to correct his congenital heart defect.
SITI (not her real name), a single mother from Cheras, travels every day with her two children aged five and six to collect food and any handouts distributed by non-governmental organisations (NGOs) or Good Samaritans.
While DBKL wants the public to embrace its near-RM4mil book kiosk initiative, the project’s feasibility is in the balance due to vandalism and indifference.
Domestic violence takes a number of forms – physical, verbal, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. It can be both subtle or violent. The victims must act to save themselves and society must not turn a blind eye to this social problem, especially now that perpetrators are taking to using technology to bully the victims and make them submissive. In this article, we hear abused women talk about their anguish.Women in despair
From magician to durian seller and tourist guide to funeral service advisor.
After 15 weeks of excitement, over a million contest entries submitted and a showdown among finalists, multinational company Nestle Malaysia unveiled the two grand prize winners of its biggest contest to-date — Nestle “Salary for Life” Contest.
FORTY-eight-year-old Annie (not her real name) tolerated her husband’s mental abuse and infidelity for many years.
LIONS Clubs will focus on education and health amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
KOTA KINABALU: Odd job worker Soilon Lambut, 59, has never complained about his life despite the hardships he has to go through on a daily basis.