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MORE than 150 press members attended the media appreciation night hosted by Penang DAP at Royale Chulan Hotel in George Town.
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.
PARENTS and children have been spotted doing last-minute shopping for the new school year in Alor Setar, Kedah.
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.
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.
ABOUT 60 families benefitted from Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) initiative called “Jom Shopping Kembali ke Sekolah 2019” under its Urban Poverty Eradication Programme (PPKB).
NINETY orphans got a back-to-school boost when they received school uniforms, courtesy of Grand Saga Sdn Bhd.
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.
ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD A. Selvaveelan had looked forward to attending a ‘Back to School’ Programme because he wanted to make new friends.