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KUALA LUMPUR - The dialogue and engagement sessions with young Malaysians to gather suggestions for the 2050 National Transformation (TN50) will expand to rural areas, says Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

“I just came back from meeting youths from Sabah and Sarawak,” he said. “I will be meeting Felda youths from all over the nation to discuss their ideas and aspirations for the country,” he told reporters before revealing the 10 Prasarana aspirations in an LRT train.

Khairy said over 80,000 ideas were received for the TN50 initiative.

“We have engaged with nearly 1.5 million youths in the country, face-to-face and online,” he said.

“And, then Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will be announcing the TN50 policy on Malaysia Day next year.”

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HONG KONG - Chinese education in Malaysia plays a crucial role in nurturing multi-lingual citizens as well as strengthening a firm footing in the global arena, says Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

At the Ninth World Chinese Economic Summit (WCES) 2017 here, the Transport Minister said Malaysia was one of the few multiracial countries that stressed the importance of Chinese education.

“Our national Chinese primary and secondary schools, which are open to students of any race, allow the younger

PETRA JAYA - Sarawak has identified 110 critically-dilapidated schools to be rebuilt with the allocation from the Federal 2018 Budget to Sarawak amounting RM1 billion.

State Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Datuk Seri Michael Manyin Jawong said although 415 schools needed repairs, the 110 would be given priority.

He said the remaining schools were expected to be rebuilt with the allocation under the 11th Malaysia Plan.

To a question from See Chee How (PKR-Batu Lintang)

GEORGE TOWN - The situation in the flood-affected areas of Penang continued to improve, and the number of evacuees dropped to 3,482 as at 6 am today compared to 5,729 overnight.

A spokesman of the Police Flood Operations Room said the evacuees were being housed at 25 relief centres in Seberang Perai Utara and Seberang Perai Tengah.

"Up to 2,588 evacuees are at 13 relief centred in Seberang Perai Utara and 894 at 12 centres in Seberang Perai Tengah," he said.

The weather in Penang today is

GEORGE TOWN - The massive floods of Nov 4 and 5 continue to worry Penang folk who are still haunted by the nightmares caused by the 15-hour storm.

Sixty-year-old Julie Lim still lives in fear since 1.5m of floodwaters inundated her ground floor Taman Setia flat in Tanjung Bungah.

The grandmother had to stand on her bed and cradle her 10-month-old grandson on Nov 5.

“I had no choice but to carry my grandson and stand on the bed for over an hour until help arrived,” she said when met at a

GEORGE TOWN - A resident in Lengkok P. Ramlee says he is indebted to the surau committee members at Taman Free School for providing shelter to about 40 non-Muslim flood victims, including his relative.

“I dread to think what would have happened to my relative if not for the help from the nice people from the surau,” said factory worker C.G. Teh, 51.

Teh said the residents in the area always banded together and helped each other irrespective of their race or religion.

Surau chairman Zakaria

GEORGE TOWN - Two more people have perished in Penang’s flood disaster, bringing the latest death toll to seven.

The figure rose after two bodies were found in a house in Jalan Mata Kucing, Air Itam and in front of Stadium Bandaraya here.

"The sixth victim has been identified as Tan Ah Peow, 45. He was found by his neighbour at 2pm.

“The seventh victim, also a man, was found by a member of the public at 2.40pm,” said Timur Laut district police chief ACP Anuar Omar.

He said no identification

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