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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.


GE13: Operations centres all set up

AS NOMINATION day for the 13th general election (GE13) looms, political parties have begun to launch their operations centres to prepare for the war ahead.


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.


Check rising number of foot massage centres, Selangor govt told

SHAH ALAM: A Barisan Nasional (BN) assemblyman wants the Selangor government to act against the rising number of foot massage centres in the state, saying the phenomenon could jeopardise the rural economy.


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.


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.


More childcare centres in workplace

KUCHING: The state government wants more childcare centres to be set up in the workplace next year.


Day care centres for troubled students in schools

KUALA LUMPUR: Day care centres in secondary schools for students who come from non-conducive home environments are being planned.


No family entertainment centres in Ipoh from next year

GOPENG: Beginning next year, family entertainment centres will not be allowed to ope­rate in Perak due to rampant abuse of licences by owners of the premises, says a state exco member.