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Caning not the answer, say former addicts

PETALING JAYA: Harsh action such as caning drug addicts will not work – this is the frank opinion of drug addicts who have kicked the habit and turned over a new leaf.


Writer chooses two NGOs to receive proceeds from book sales

PETALING JAYA: The weak market sentiment is hitting non-governmental organisations, expecially those doing welfare work, hard.


It’s getting pricier to do good

MORE are in need and ­expenses are rising. Feeling the pinch, NGOs say that despite the high costs, they can’t turn people away even though donations are down.


Funds getting harder to come by in tough economic times

PETALING JAYA: Non-governmental organisations that depend on donations are feeling the pinch from the tougher economic conditions.


Charities receive contribution from sales of book on Penang history

PROCEEDS from the sale of a book on Penang’s history have been channelled to the Penang Heritage Trust and Kenosis Home.


Catering to popular demand

HISTORY is never boring as long as the narrator knows how to engage his audience.


Book on Penang's history has been reprinted

HISTORY is never boring as long as the narrator knows how to engage the attention of his audience.


Helping in any way they can

For mobile soup kitchens, continuing to feed the needy is top priority, regardless of the cost and despite the recent ban on such groups operating in the city centre.


NGOs and traders have differing views

TRADERS in Bukit Bintang have lauded the decision to move soup kitchens away from the city centre as they are not in keeping with the area’s image.


Kenosis Home goes the extra mile to ensure its drug rehab programme works

THE life of a former drug addict is akin to walking a tightrope, as it is quite easy to fall off the straight and narrow path.