Friday, April 16, 2021

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Baby product hacks: Making life a little bit easier

Having little ones around can be exciting, but at times it can be exhausting and overwhelming too. Therefore, parents often find themselves looking for different methods and products to ease the burden. Nowadays, a lot of manufacturers provide baby-friendly...

Parents must adhere to student dispersal schedules to prevent infection

SEREMBAN: The Education Ministry (MOE) has requested the cooperation of parents in adhering to the standard operating procedures (SOPs), especially during the dispersal of students, as part of precautionary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the community. Senior...

Most parents welcome reopening of school

KUCHING: Parents are generally in favour of allowing schools to be reopened for physical classes on March 8 despite the concern over the pandemic situation in the state. The reopening involves a total of 1,045 schools while 220 other schools...

Register your parents through MySejahtera

KUCHING: Members of the public are urged to assist their parents who do not have their own smartphones to register for the Covid-19 vaccination. State Health Department director Dr Chin Zin Hing said this could be done through the MySejahtera...

More bumiputeras enrolled in Chinese schools

KUCHING: There is an increasing trend of bumiputera parents sending their children to Chinese schools, said Datuk Richard Wee. The chairman of the Board of Management Committee for Kuching Chung Hua Middle School (CHMS) No.1, 3 and 4 said from...

Parents urge government to waive school fees

BETONG: Several parents, especially those from the low-income group, are appealing to the government to waive school fees for their children. This is in view of the absence of face-to-face teaching and learning, which is being replaced by home-based teaching...

Parents worry children will lack focus in home-based learning

KUCHING: The State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) recently announced that only students sitting for major examinations will undergo face-to face classroom session starting Wednesday (Jan 20). Its chairman Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas announced that schools will only be open...

Negligent parents can be charged under Child Act

KUCHING: Parents' negligence which allowed their child to wander around without a guardian can be charged under the Child Act 2001. On Sunday (Jan 3), two young children aged 2 and 4, were found by the public wandering around Kuching...

Man arrested for allegedly assaulting parents

MIRI: A 45 year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal intimidation on his parents yesterday evening. The man was believed to have hit and injured both his elderly parents during a quarrel inside their house in Krokop around...

Boy runs amok after father refuses to give RM400

MIRI: A 16-year-old boy from Kampung Pasir Lutong is in police custody after he ran amok and threatened to harm his father on Tuesday evening. The teen went berserk around 6.30pm after his father refused to give him RM400. Miri deputy...
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An unforgettable jungle jaunt

And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.— John Muir, mountaineer In 1993, I travelled...
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