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Most blind are from rural areas

About 80% of the blind population in the country is located in the interior areas of the east coast and East Malaysia because of poor access to proper medical facilities.

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High School Bukit Mertajam alumni to hold walkathon

The High School Bukit Mertajam Alumni will hold a Diamond Jubilee Walkathon at the Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens on Feb 23.

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Groups laud wage deal for estate workers

Several groups have welcomed the deal, which estate workers signed with plantation owners to receive a guaranteed minimum wage each month although some questioned the RM350 amount.

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Corporate sponsors chip in for Yasmine’s operation

Doctors at the Chinese Maternity Hospital (CMH) here have agreed to operate on nine-year-old Yasmine Wa'adi, who lost both legs when US-led forces bombed her house in Al Saab, Iraq on April 9.

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Report made over zakat fracas at Kamunting

The DAP has called on the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia to investigate a fracas last Friday at the Kamunting detention centre here, involving Internal Security Act detainees and the centre's security guards.

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Student to sue over summons

A college student claims city council enforcement officers were overzealous in booking him and his girlfriend for #8220;indecent behaviour#8221; in public six weeks ago.

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Interim panel picked to run Selangor DAP

A 25-member interim panel will run the Selangor DAP following a recent recommendation by the party's central working committee (CWC) to disband the state committee.

Letters

Ipoh City Council not a ‘moral guardian’

By Wong Chun Wai

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HK firm to enter defence

A magistrate's court here has ordered Hong Kong-based GoldQuest International Ltd and its local manager to enter their defence for allegedly carrying out a direct sales business without a valid licence.

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High Court adjourns murder trial

The High Court in Ipoh on Monday adjourned the trial of three men accused of murdering American Carolyn Janice Ahmad in Sungai Siput in 1999 to allow the Deputy Public Prosecutor to obtain police reports lodged by the accused against the police for alleged assault.