LATE PARENTS’ AWARD
Razak in the men’s category.
Adiq was crowned the “Asian King” for being the continent’s best cyclist in last year’s Le Tour de Langkawi.
Bulkhari came in 11th out of 126 riders at the World Equestrian Endurance Championship race in Samarin, Slovakia, last year.
Razif added that life should be like a good seed, which if tossed into a sea, will become an island; if hurled into the sky, will become a star; or, when thrown onto the ground, becomes a tree that bears fruit and provides shade. 9, — who were sitting in the back seat, were injured. Darwish and Damis sustained serious injuries and were warded at the Sultanah Nur Zahiran Hospital here.
They have since been wheelchair-bound.
Noor Amalia was teaching at SK Sultan Ismail while Badrul was working in SK Binjai, both in Kemaman.
The same award was also given to Kamaruzaman Yusuff, the late Rosdi Mohamad Salleh and the late Masni Ngah.
Former science teacher Hamzah Othman, who retired in 2010, was chosen as the Tokoh Guru 2017.
Hamzah was among the first batch of graduates of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in Bangi, Selangor, in 1974.
“Teaching is, and will be, in my blood no matter whether I am a simple teacher or an excellent one.
“I will continue to teach on an ad hoc basis whenever necessary, and whenever time permits,” said the father of six, who used to teach at SMK Sultan Mansor, Marang.
Terengganu has organised programmes on leadership development, entrepreneurship and skills to the tune of RM65.7 million.
The RM20 million Youth Devotion Fund would benefit 100,000 youths in the state.
Additionally, RM5,000 has been allocated to 421 registered and active youth branches to benefit the grassroots.
“The state government is determined to ease the high cost of living, offer job opportunities and provide adequate housing for the people,” said Razif.
Ahmad Safuan Nizam Kamarudin of Raw Denim House sewing a tailor-made jeans as his friend, Muhamad Aidil Akhyar, looks on.