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Think out of the box

The Civil Service needs to focus on innovation and creativity in today's competitive environment in order to change the public sector transformation.

Nature versus tumour

With a little help from her friends, Malaysia is geared to mine - with an aim to own - her biodiversity for tomorrow's cancer drugs.

Malaysian insurers in for better times

PETALING JAYA: Despite facing some hurdles, the local insurance industry has a promising outlook with new life business weighted premium forecast to grow 12.5% to RM3.6bil this year.

Second mission

While very supportive of the endeavour, Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Al-Masrie Shukor is quite vocal when pointing out what he perceives as its flaws. What disappoints him is a lack of follow-through after his return from his mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

Power monitor

Nuclear energy is widely used in this country and the AELB is there to ensure that it is done safely.

Awards for three female scientists

L'Oréal Malaysia will continue to provide financial assistance of RM20,000 each to three young female researchers to pursue their scientific project in Malaysia.

Climate-change study in Sabah

Motorists travelling along the road parallel to the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) runway may have wondered if another airline was operating from the airport's Terminal 2 near Tanjung Aru.

Serving citizens

The hallmark of high performance in government is public service value creation, providing better social outcomes in a cost-effective manner. Accenture found a significant correlation between improved customer service and an improved relationship between citizens and their governments. Below is an excerpt of the 128-page report for Malaysia, one of 22 countries surveyed.

Organisations involved

A quick list of organisations involved in working with and promoting batik in Malaysia.

Looking to grow market share

Today#8217;s CEO Outlook features four CEOs heading the Malaysian operations of foreign consumer electronics or IT companies. They are Jeong-Wook Kim of Samsung, Barry Lee of Nokia, Rainer Althoff of Siemens, and Eric Hoh of Veritas, who heads the software company#8217;s Asia South operations.