Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said while there are many competing health priorities within a small budget, listing pneumococcal vaccination (PCV) in the National Immunisation Programme remains the government’s major priority and to uphold its pledge in the Buku Harapan.
The lack of money has been the stumbling block in making pneumococcal vaccination part of the National Immunisation Programme in Malaysia for over a decade. But the Pakatan Harapan government may finally fulfill their pledge to do so.
The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre’s 7th Leadership Energy Summit Asia conference will see Datuk Nicol David and six world-class speakers share their experience on what makes a great leader.
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman is trying very hard to prove his worth but the youngest Malaysian minister seems to be failing at most of his attempts.
Former radio deejay Lau Wai Mee hopes consumers will not be taken for a ride when they tint their vehicles after learning the specifications of the film installed on her vehicle are not reflective of what she had paid for.
We hope Malaysians will be part of this fight for change within the media industry by subscribing or supporting the newspaper or online portal of their choice.
Former school teacher A. Velurajan, who received 28 stitches on his head following a robbery at his Rawang home on Aug 5, hopes police will investigate blue boys who failed to show up on time.
Children with special needs get enhanced learning opportunities and support at SJK(C) Sin Min thanks to YTL Foundation’s Smart Frog Classroom.
Ophthalmologists Dr Narendran Muthukrishnan and Dr Manoharan Shunmugam urge society to pay attention to their eyes by adopting a healthy lifestyle while urging parents to limit their children’s screen time to protect the eyesight of their young ones.
Education Ministry secretary-general Datuk Mohd Ghazali Abas says the move was to ensure YTL Communications’ commercial consumers are not affected as he reveals hidden cost among reasons for stopping 1BestariNet.
YTL Communications Sdn Bhd has accused the Education Ministry of breach of contract and not acting in good faith by terminating 1BestariNet and Frog Virtual Learning Environment (Frog VLE) services offered by the company to over 10,000 schools nationwide.
As new Internet service and learning platform system in Malaysian schools begin today, YTL Communications managing director Datuk Yeoh Seok Hong and FrogAsia executive director Lou Yeoh say they will continue to provide services to over 10,000 schools for free for the next six months and that its 1BRIS towers will remain active as per their contract with the Education Ministry.
Tomorrow marks the end of the 1BestariNet and Frog virtual learning environment (VLE) in 10,211 Malaysian schools and the beginning of another nightmare for teachers and students.