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Education

Accounting for glamour

From the glitzy world of entertainment to sports, forensics, IT and the environment, accountants are much sought after.

Education

Blooming business in gifts from the heart

Life is a bed of roses as students,inspired by Cupid,cash in on a market of die-hardromantics.JOANNE LIM reports.

Nation

Artistes to get royalties for airing of songs

Recording artistes and musicians who do not write lyrics or compose their own songs or music are now entitled to royalties.

Education

Dynamic education mart

International alliances, mergers, global branding and public-private partnerships are increasingly the buzzwords of education - a business in which everyone wants a share. This scramble for the education pie will change the scope of education, especially its method, speed and extent of delivery.

Nation

Ministry: Beware ad claim on SARS product

Health Ministry enforcement officers will investigate the claims of a bleach manufacturer that its product can kill the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus.

Nation

Focus on tour safety, hygiene

The tourism industry in the region is emphasising safety and hygiene ahead of tourism products in the post-SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) campaigns to attract visitors.

Education

Opening door to fantastical worlds

Welcome to another page of good reads compiled by HARIATI AZIZAN and ELIZABETH TAI. Be sure to redeem the MPH discount coupon for an exciting foray into the magical world of books.

AseanPlus News

Singapore attacks ‘foreigners get most new jobs’ claim

SINGAPORE: Acting Manpower Minister Ng Eng Hen said yesterday that Nanyang Technological University (NTU) economists were way off the mark by claiming that most new jobs created in the past five years had gone to foreigners.

Nation

What the delegates say.......

IF you have the assembly on Star Cruise, nobody can jump into the sea - Selangor delegate Lim Meng Hui who suggested the party hold the next general assembly on board a cruise so that delegates would not leave after lunch.hr noshade size=1 width=60%align=center>

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Theft of Singapore cars on the rise in Malaysia

MORE than 850,000 Singaporeans drive into and out of Malaysia every month, according to figures from the Land Transport Authority.