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New system developed to treat tumours

CHINA has developed a new system to treat tumours for which it has obtained independent intellectual property rights.

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End of the road for Puduraya

After 26 years and over 100 million travellers, the Puduraya terminal will begin to see its last days as a public transport terminal from today.

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Cheung remembered by locals for his boyish looks

Leslie Cheung#8217;s last concert in Malaysia was on Sept 8, 2000, after an absence of 11 years.

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Cheung remembered by locals for his boyish looks

Leslie Cheung#8217;s last concert in Malaysia was on Sept 8, 2000, after an absence of 11 years.

Nation

Schools to pay a token RM1 in quit rent

Partially-aided schools, some of which owe the state governments over RM100,000 in quit rent arrears from 1999, will only have to pay a token RM1 per lot a year under new guidelines introduced by the National Land Council.

Education

Nurturing preschoolers

When Institute CECE, a higher education institution specialising in early childhood education programmes moved to its new, purpose-built premises in Setapak, Selangor, last year it was a culmination of a 30-year dream. It also marked the beginning of a new chapter #8211; the provision of day care and preschool education for children.

Education

Token quit rent lauded

BETTER late than never, some might say. After a few years of waiting in anticipation, partially-aided schools have finally received the Government nod to only pay a token quit rent of RM1 per lot a year under new guidelines introduced by the National Land Council last week.

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RM1.78mil more for Utar

The Batu Pahat MCA division raised RM1.788mil for the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) building fund at a fund-raising dinner here.

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40 suspected cases since mid-March

Hospitals in the country have reported 135 admissions since the SARS virus was first reported in mid-March, of which 40 have been deemed suspected cases and three other probable cases. There has so far been only one death.

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Shanghai Music Hall building moved to quieter area

Shanghai Music Hall was lifted up by 2mm with 59 hoist jacks early Tuesday morning, an 'overture' to a cumulative about 3m high and about 66m long relocation journey.