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FOR the 11th consecutive year, the Penang Muslim League held its ‘Back to School’ programme for the underprivileged at the Mydin Hypermarket in Penang Road.
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM (Borneo Bulletin/ANN) Ninety-nine people have been rendered homeless, following an early morning fire at Kampong Bendahara Lama in the capital on Wednesday (Jan 8).
PARENTS and children have been spotted doing last-minute shopping for the new school year in Alor Setar, Kedah.
STUDENTS around the country went back to school on Thursday and a day earlier in Johor, Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu.
TESCO Stores (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd brought happiness to underprivileged school children yesterday through its edu-centric corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, the “Beg Terus Senyum” (BTS) initiative, which gifts each child with a school bag and supplies.
ALOR SETAR: Her father pawned his mobile phone for RM200 on New Year’s Eve to buy school uniforms for her and her three siblings.
TO GIVE underprivileged children a brighter start for the 2020 school year, Nestle Malaysia and Empire Project provided 90 primary school pupils a shopping treat at Mydin USJ1, Subang Jaya.
THE new school year is just around the corner and many schoolchildren are looking forward to getting new school items.
NINE-year-old Muhammad Nu’man Fakhry Zukhari is looking forward to starting the school term with a new school uniform and new pair of shoes.
NINETY orphans got a back-to-school boost when they received school uniforms, courtesy of Grand Saga Sdn Bhd.