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Taiwan begins war on garbage, bans plastic ware

Taiwan planned to begin waging a new war against garbage today, partially banning disposable plastic bowls, bags and other utensils.

Nation

Break seats into smaller units, says Chan

Sarawak wants its heavily-populated parliamentary and state constituencies to be redelineated into smaller units for development and progress to be channelled more effectively to the people.

ASEAN+

Appeal for calm after Aussie riots

B>CANBERRA:/BAustralian politicians and refugee advocates appealed for calm yesterday after violence and arson attacks swept through detention centres holding asylum seekers and illegal immigrants.

Nation

Central bank plans star rating to gauge quality of service

Banks will be given star ratings to indicate their customer-friendly level and encourage more competitive pricing of their financial products.

Nation

Ministry vetting 10,000 titles for reference books

The Education Ministry's technology division is vetting about 10,000 titles in the market to select 800 to 900 materials as reference books for Mathematics and Science in English.

Education

Segi partnership with James

Aspiring business students can look forward this year to completing the final year of a James Cook University (JCU) Bachelor of Business degree in Malaysia.

Education

MMU launches hi-tech platforms

Electronic and electrical engineering students of Multimedia University (MMU) in Cyberjaya can now use 60 high technology development platforms featuring 25 state-of-the-art workstations and software amounting to more than RM1.5 million.

Nation

Sabah puzzled by closure of Philippines office

The Sabah government is puzzled over the closure of the Philippines assistance office here and a state minister said the move would hamper the repatriation of the country#8217;s nationals.

ASEAN+

Code to ensure honest ads

SOME late night television advertisements for chatline services may be sent packing if they do not conform to a new code of advertising practice published on Monday.

Nation

Nine held in raid on gambling centres

Nine illegal gambling centres, operating under the guise of restaurants and warehouses, were raided by police yesterday over their activities which are allegedly connected to slain businessman Tan Hock Low.