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FAITH-BASED organisations in Penang can play a role in keeping the local community safe from Covid-19 by appealing to their respective followers to get themselves vaccinated.
PETALING JAYA: Local councils must pay closer attention to the maintenance of trees under their jurisdiction as it concerns public safety, says the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM).
HAVING a baby is a joy that many married couples seek, but not all have been lucky to experience it.
Businesses near the Kasah and Damanlela Construction Site clusters are sanitising their premises and getting staff tested in anticipation of welcoming back patrons.
“LOVE you to the moon and back” as a phrase could not have been truer for the legend behind the mooncake festival.
PENANG has the lowest birth rate in Malaysia with the total fertility rate of 1.3 per woman aged 15 to 49 years old.
ABOUT 50% of adult women in the country are diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 50.
MANY married couples look forward to becoming parents. The presence of a little one in the house is a blessed addition to any family.
THE Tunku Azizah Fertility Foundation (TAFF) received more than RM1.2mil during the Eu Yan Sang 140th Anniversary Celebration Charity Gala Dinner.
RESIDENTS of Prai and its surrounding areas received free medical examinations, thanks to the Nativity Healthcare team of the Saints Chastan and Imbert Catholic Church in Chai Leng Park, Prai.