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Keeping kids safe from the dark side of technology | New Straits Times

LETTERS: Digital technology makes our lives easier. It serves as a catalyst for economic growth, and it has cushioned the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy and society.

21/10/2021 7:53:00 PM

NSTletters Digital technology makes our lives easier. It serves as a catalyst for economic growth, and it has cushioned the effects of the Covid19 pandemic on the economy and society.

LETTERS: Digital technology makes our lives easier. It serves as a catalyst for economic growth, and it has cushioned the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy and society.

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ERL launches RM1 special fare for all stops this weekend

KUALA LUMPUR: A special fare of only RM1 per ticket for the Express Rail Link (ERL) will run through the weekend.

Sabah finetuning products for 'dark' tourism sites in Sabah Parks | New Straits Times

Govt to enhance EV technology through NESTI | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The government has taken early steps towards strengthening the development, validation and commercialisation of local electric vehicle (EV) technology development through the NanoMalaysia Energy Storage Technology Initiative (NESTI) Programme.

Gatherings lead to 2 new Sabah clusters | New Straits TimesNSTnation Sabah recorded two new clusters categorised as workplace and community transmissions in Beaufort.

Britain, New Zealand agree trade deal, including haka clause | New Straits TimesNSTworld Britain and NewZealand have unveiled a comprehensive free trade deal, including a commitment aimed at preventing the revered Maori cultural tradition of the haka, famously performed by the AllBlacks, from being misused.

New Isuzu D-Max 1.9L 4X2 perfect for urban workhorse | New Straits TimesNSTcarsbikestrucks Most pick-up truck users do not always need the four-wheel drive 4X4 capability, hence Isuzu Malaysia decided to introduce the D-Max Auto Plus 4X 1.9L.

A need for New Malaysian Cinema industry | New Straits TimesIt is a long and winding name which unfortunately, has not borne anything significant since it was established with the drafting and approval of the Finas Act or 1981 or Akta 244.