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Beware of private centres

Many parents are sending their kids to private learning centres instead of schools. But with this growing trend, the Education Ministry wants parents to be cautious about illegal centres that are operating without a proper licence, or no licence at all.

Ministry says no to new dialysis centres

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has stopped issuing new licences for dialysis centres and will close down existing ones that do not meet requirements and endanger patients’ safety.

More childcare centres needed

KUCHING: More private sector organisations should set up childcare centres in the workplace so that women can continue to work.

Neighbourhood drug rehab centres a boon and a bane

Communities where drug rehab centres are located are aware that such facilities are important but worry about pushers prowling their neighbourhoods.

Centres become dumpsite

BEING neighbours with four recycling centres that emit stench and cause a string of hygiene issues is no walk in the park.

Volkswagen to open two more technical service centres

KUALA LUMPUR: Volkswagen Group Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a unit of Volkswagen AG, will open two more technical service centres this year to strengthen its after-sales services.

Why parents send their kids to private learning centres

THERE isn’t just one answer to this. One major reason is the cost. These private learning centres, which offer international curriculum, are generally cheaper than private and international schools.

90% discount on conversion fee for care centres

THE Penang government is offering a 90% discount on the infrastructure development fee for all care centres starting now.

Society: More day-care centres needed for the elderly

KUALA LUMPUR: More day-care centres for the elderly should be set up to enable them to continue living in their own homes.

WAO: Set up childcare centres

CHILDCARE centres should also be set up at residential areas and not just at the workplace, says Women’s Aid Organisation executive chairman Ivy Josiah.