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GEORGE TOWN: Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is far from doom and gloom in the job market, with Flex offering 3,500 job opportunities for Malaysians in the next 12 months.
OVER two decades have passed, but Malaysia’s deaf community is still fighting an uphill battle for its “mother tongue” – the Malaysian Sign Language (Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia or BIM) – to be used in schools.
A LAW reform group is calling for the setting up of a national commission to champion the rights of disabled persons.
ARROBERT Sabai anak Sambang lost his right leg in a road accident. He also lost hope of finding employment because of his handicap.A marine co-ordinator with a petroleum-based company, Arrobert, 32, was riding his motorcycle when he became a hit-and-run victim in Miri in June 2018.
PETALING JAYA: The Public Works Department (PWD) has confirmed that one of its employees has been hospitalised after testing positive for Covid-19.
NURAISYAH Mohd Radzi was looking forward to a career in graphic design when a road accident landed her in hospital for seven months.
IPOH: A 40-year-old former Public Works Department assistant accountant has been sentenced to 12 months’ jail and fined RM70,000 after pleading guilty to 14 charges of falsifying documents.
DEMENTIA is a syndrome characterised by significant cognitive decline that is severe enough to affect independence in everyday activities.
MIRI: The Long Lama Clinic in rural northern Sarawak facing structural problems could be located on unstable ground that was cut from a hillslope, says Telang Usan assemblyman Dennis Ngau.
KUCHING: At least 93 dilapidated schools in Sarawak have been identified for reconstruction this year using funds from the state's RM1bil loan repayment to the Federal Government.