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Murder victim’s organs can’t be donated

Businessman Tseng Chow Chih was heartbroken when told that his 16-year-old son was killed after being assaulted while on his way home on Tuesday.

Elderly couple found murdered

An elderly couple, believed to have been murdered, were found several metres apart in their dilapidated house in Kampung Segar Ulu, Jalan Kuala Sawah, near here on Sunday.

Man dies after attack by five men outside pub

A 47-year-old man died after he was seriously injured following an attack by five men outside a pub in Lorong Dato Shahbudin 29B at Taman Sentosa.

Forge extensive network, Samy Vellu tells Indian diaspora

Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu proposed the establishment of extensive and effective networking among the business people of Indian origin around the globe, including Malaysians.

Steering guests to fun activities

Managing a resort or hotel recreation programme requires loads of energy and creativity, but Shangri-La Golden Sands' director of recreation Andrew Casci takes it in his stride and in fact loves every minute of the job.

Increase in temporary staff may cause changes in labour policies

THE slow economy is prompting companies to hire more temporary or part-time workers, a cost-cutting move that could see new labour policies being introduced.

Addict held over elderly couple's death

A 29-year-old man suspected of bludgeoning an elderly couple to death was arrested after a short chase in Rantau near Seremban on Friday.

New laws to allow liver and cornea transplant

NEW laws are being proposed to allow Singapore doctors to transplant the liver and corneas - not only the kidneys - of people who die.

Contract jobs up for grabs

GETTING a contract job as a bank officer was more than what Veronica Foo, 37, had hoped for when she started her job search last June.

Making safety issue fun to learn

The Human Resources Ministry will hold discussions with the Education Ministry next week on ways to incorporate 'fun lessons'' on safety and health standards in the school curriculum, its Deputy Minister Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad said.