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Metro News

Board game puts students’ knowledge of Perak to the test

After being randomly picked to join the state’s first-ever Touring Perak Board Game competition in Ipoh, Form Five students Muhammad Aqil Danish Razlan and Aida Zahirah Ismail learnt that they only had two days to prepare.

Metro News

Board game tests knowledge on Perak’s tourism

After being randomly picked to join the state’s first-ever Touring Perak Board Game competition in Ipoh, Form Five students Muhammad Aqil Danish Razlan and Aida Zahirah Ismail learnt that they only had two days to prepare.

Community

Malay College Kuala Kangsar team emerges winner in challenge

IN effort to encourage the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem) subjects, ExxonMobil representatives reached out to participants during its inaugural Student Programme held in conjunction with the 19th Asia Oil and Gas Conference (AOGC) 2017 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Community

High achievers share hopes and dreams

NATIONAL volleyball player Teh Hui Ying has proven that one can be as good in academics as he or she is in sports.

Community

Unhygienic school canteens closed

FOUR boarding school kitchens in the state have been ordered to close for two weeks following a joint enforcement operation by the Perak Health Department held between Oct 10 and 12.

Scoreboard

All set to square off

A TOTAL of 190 teams will be vying for honours at the Penang leg of the inaugural Spalding 3x3 Basketball Challenge at Penang Times Square today.

Community

70 students down with food poisoning

YET another food poisoning incident involving school hostels has happened in Perak.

Community

Event draws participation of 24 schools across the state

MORE than 200 young debaters from various schools in Perak attended the Global Perspectives Debates held at Tenby Schools Ipoh earlier this month.

Community

Fewer men in the teaching profession

TEACHING at schools is just not challenging enough for men.

Focus

Jalan Raja Chulan offers glimpses into KL’s history

KUALA Lumpur folk must be so used to Jalan Raja Chulan that thousands of them drive past without a second thought to its past or present.