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A NUMBER of chief executive officers (CEOs) and key personnel from public and private sectors in Johor came together for an inaugural virtual roundtable to discuss sustainability in business.
THE posthumous state award bestowed on former DAP chairman Karpal Singh is an ultimate recognition of his sacrifices for the country, said his wife Gurmit Kaur.
IN February 2018,21-year-old Indonesian maid Adelina Sau from Nusa Tenggara province died a day after she was rescued from her employer’s house in Bukit Mertajam, Penang.
Water authority and consumer group speak on what residents can and cannot do in dealing with disruptions.
EXPERTS are conflicted on whether the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) binds management bodies of high-rises from disclosing details about residents who contracted Covid-19.
RESIDENTS of four old folks homes in Johor can rest a little easy knowing that the rent for their shelter has been covered for the rest of the year.
A LAW reform group is calling for the setting up of a national commission to champion the rights of disabled persons.
MEMBERS of the Malaysia Used Vehicle Autoparts Traders Association (Muvata) visited Klang Ekliptik Children’s Centre and donated groceries and funds of more than RM19,000 to assist the welfare home in caring for the children and pay for rental of the premises.
The visually impaired find some banks are not receptive to their needs despite industry’s growing commitment to empowering differently-abled persons.
PENANG is organising the first Penang Women’s Assembly 2020 to equip women with leadership skills and expose them to the process of the state legislative assembly.