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Four community police stations in Kajang to close

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15  -- Four community police stations in Kajang have been asked to shut down operations due to various issues following an investigation by Bukit Aman, said Kajang district police chief ACP Ahmad Dzaffir Mohd Yusoff.

Improved global ranking for varsities among achievements of MOE

Exclusive report by Noor Shamsiah Mohamed

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15  -- Strengthening the education sector remains the government's priority, as was evident when the Education Ministry emerged as the biggest recipient of Budget 2019, enabling more changes and improvements to be made to enhance the quality of education in the country.

Education Ministry ready to face floods

KLUANG, Dec 15 -- The Education Ministry is prepared to face possible floods ahead of the new school term, said its Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.

Melaka Bird Park targets 100,000 visitors next year

MELAKA, Dec 15 -- About 100,000 visitors are targeted to visit the Melaka Bird Park next year after it was re-opened last month with new features and attractions, said state Housing, Local Government and Environment Committee chairman Tey Kok Kiew.

Cost of buying vaccines for foreigners to be announced soon

IPOH, Dec 15 -- The cost of purchasing a supply of vaccines to be given to foreigners will be announced soon, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.

District office okays monument for Tamparuli bridge musicians, dancers

TAMPARULI, Dec 15 -- The presence of musicians and dancers from the Tuaran Cultural Arts Association (PESTA), who perform the traditional music and dances of the ethnic Dusun at the foot of the Tamparuli suspension bridge since Sept 1, was recognised by the Tamparuli District Office with a monument in honour of their voluntary contributions.

Appreciating the art of khat, Chinese calligraphy

By Nur Fadhilah Hamzah

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15 -- The Malay saying ‘tak kenal maka tak cinta’ (you need to know it to appreciate it) pretty much explains the polemics on the effort to introduce the art of khat or calligraphy in the school curriculum.