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  • Teacher critical with leptospirosis after kayaking trip

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 6

    A teacher was reported to be in critical condition due to leptospirosis or rat urine disease after a kayaking activity in Sungai Ketil, Baling. The victim, Mohd Yusri Yaccob, 42, was admitted to the Jitra Hospital on July 31, after a bout of fever and vomiting. Mohd Yusri’s wife, Nuri Yana Omar, 41, said doctors had initially thought her husband was experiencing

  • One out of every 10 kids don’t go to school

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 8

    Some 263 million children worldwide, nearly one in 10, do not go to school, posing a daunting hurdle to UN efforts to educate all children by 2030, the its cultural agency Unesco reported today. The number is “staggering,” yet marks an improvement from 2000 when some 374 million children did not attend school, Unesco said. Many children out of school

  • Grab responds to cabbie violence with kindness

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 9

    While some thug-like taxi drivers turned violent against a Grab driver at MidValley, the ride-hailing service has chosen to respond by rewarding its customers for their continued support – by extending its Ramadan fare discounts round the clock. In a statement today, Grab said the 50% discount on weekends is now available on weekdays too – in Klang Valley

  • Swine fever case confirmed in South Korea

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 8

    South Korea’s agriculture ministry today confirmed that a case of swine fever had been discovered on a hog farm on the southern island of Jeju, the first in the country since 2013. Testing confirmed so-called ‘classical’ swine fever, also known as hog cholera, had been found on the farm, the ministry said in a statement. A ministry official who declined

  • Bullies send Form One boy to hospital with spine injury

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 8

    A Form One student of a secondary school in Jitra claimed to suffer back injury after he was allegedly beaten up by a student at his school yesterday. In the 3.30pm incident, the victim, Mohd Danish Danial Al-Sofian,13, sustained an injury on his spine after he fell down and hit the edge of a shoe rack in the school computer laboratory. He claimed that a Form One student

  • Big name teams sidelined in Euro 2016

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 11

    Euro 2016 is guaranteed to see one of the continent’s less glamorous teams grab a rare moment in the spotlight by reaching the final in Paris on July 10. With the round of 16 match-ups due to be finalised overnight, the continent’s strongest teams on paper have found themselves in the bottom half of the draw – with Italy, France, champions Spain, England

  • ‘The Voice’ singer shot after concert

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 8

    Singer Christina Grimmie, who gained fame as a contestant on the television singing contest The Voice, was shot at a concert in Orlando yesterday, police said on social media. Grimmie’s brother tackled the gunman, who shot himself, the Orlando Police Department said on Twitter. Grimmie placed third during the 2014 season of the The Voice, a singing competition

  • Polystyrene, styrofoam packaging ban at Ramadan bazaar

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 8

    Patrons visiting Ramadan bazaar stalls in Subang Jaya will find them more environmentally-friendly this year – following the complete ban on the use of styrofoam and polystyrene packaging at all 22 locations in the municipality. Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is also encouraging shoppers to bring their own containers for food purchases. MPSJ president

  • Chong Wei poised to reclaim World No 1 spot by reaching Indonesia Open final

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 8

    National badminton ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei has moved closer to claim his sixth Indonesia Open title after reaching the final of the championship at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta. He did not face any problem against homester Ihsan Maulana Mustofa in the semifinal match, edging him 21-9 and 21-18 in 39 minutes. He will meet either China’s Tian Houwei or Jan O Jorgensen

  • Govt offices open from 7.30am during Ramadan

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 6

    The government has agreed to reduce the break time for public servants by half an hour during the month of Ramadan, said chief secretary to the government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa. “This step was taken to allow them to take advantage of the holy month of Ramadan and perform their religious obligations,” he said in a statement today. To implement the directive