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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Each morning before work at a Singapore construction site, Gunasekar Udayakumar, 41, gets his vital signs checked, without going to a clinic, or even seeing a nurse.
Cats treated for wildfire burns offer clues for human and veterinary medicine.
Mobile apps used by EU countries to help contain the spread of the coronavirus should comply with the bloc's privacy rules and seek people's consent to use personal data, but exclude location data, the European Commission said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Shireen Ann Zaharah Muhiudeen has been removed from her position as Bursa Malaysia chairman over governance issues.
FOR Asia’s most prosperous societies, Covid-19 has exposed a big vulnerability: People simply aren’t having enough babies to replenish their ageing populations. It’s foreign workers that make these countries function.
Parents need to educate their children on how to behave and what to be careful of in the online world.
KUALA LUMPUR: Since arriving in Perth, Lawrence Petrus has been known more for serving delectable meals than for his touchdowns in rugby.
AS the notion of a “new normal” percolates further into public consciousness, changes which a few weeks ago would have been unthinkable are being anticipated and embraced. I am not referring to the widely circulated list of alleged political appointments to government-linked companies and statutory bodies: though is that really a change, a reversion to type or a perpetuation of what has always been?