Monday, 10/12/2018 | 2:32 UTC+8
  • Top 10 most common types of fathers

    WHILE we make a big show about honouring our mums on Mothers Day, fathers are celebrated with less pomp, even though they play an equally important role in raising us and caring for the family. Since Fathers Day is just around the corner, we pays tribute to the dads in our lives with a list

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  • Sabah hit by another earthquake

    Sabah has been hit by another earthquake this morning, eight days after the first incident claimed 18 lives.The Malaysian Meteorological Department reported on its Facebook page that the earthquake measuring Share us on:

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  • Child car seats to be made compulsory in 2019

    The government will make the use of child safety seats, or child restraint systems, compulsory by 2019, the New Straits Times understands. While an earlier report stated that the move was to be made mandatory in 2017, deputy transport minister, Datuk Ab Aziz Kaprawi, had said that “it may take time to promote this among

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  • What is Silent Reflux?

    Silent reflux can be very confusing; there may be no obvious signs of gastro-oesophageal reflux (such as vomiting) and the child generally isn’t ‘silent’. Silent reflux refers to refluxed material that flows back into the oesophagus, but isn’t forced out of the mouth. The child may swallow it back down or the stomach contents/stomach acids

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  • MERS-CoV belongs to the coronavirus family. Human coronaviruses were first classified in the mid 1960s. MERS-CoV was first reported in 2012 in Saudi Arabia.
    What is MERS-CoV Virus ?

    MERS-CoV Virus MERS-CoV belongs to the coronavirus family. Human coronaviruses were first classified in the mid 1960s. The coronavirus subgroups are referred to as alpha, beta, gamma and delta. There are currently six coronaviruses that can affect Share us on:

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  • Scheduled water supply disruption in Petaling Jaya – Selangor, Malaysia

    KUALA LUMPUR: Several areas in the Petaling district will experience a scheduled water disruption due to upgrading of the water supply system between June 15 and July 1, according to Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas). It said in a statement today that the disruption would occur between Share us on:

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  • Malaysia uses Singapore’s drug laws to review drug- related death sentence

    In death penalty rethink, Putrajaya studies Singapore drug laws KUALA LUMPUR: The government is scrutinising Singapore’s drug laws to review the death penalty in Malaysia’s drug-related laws. Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Paul Low Seng Kuan said it was perusing the republic’s Misuse of Drugs Act in reforming the existing laws as reaction

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  • High Speed Rail (KL-Spore)
    High-Speed Rail (HSR), conduct in-depth study first!

    JOHOR BARU: A Johor assemblyman has called on the Malaysian government to conduct a broader study on the impact of the High-Speed Rail (HSR) to avoid it becoming under-utilised by the rakyat. Stulang Laut assemblyman Andrew Chen Kah Eng said that Malaysia should learn from the mistake made by Spain where a HSR was built

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  • 18 fun things you can print out for your amusement

    These amazing DIY ideas are great for kids and adults. Fun activities for family or friends! Seeing that most of us are so caught up with  electronic gadgets nowadays, why not take some time off to try below activities and indulge in the paper world? Back to old school A globe Plan vacations and mark your dreamscape

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