TRAVELLERS’ tales, especially those whose journeys take them off the beaten tracks, never failed to amaze me. Last week, over several cups of tea at Makan Café in Portobello Market, London, four young travellers met up, some for the first time, but most of them had known and followed each other on Facebook and Instagram, the way young people do nowadays.
NUR Afini Roslan of SMK Tuanku Abdul Rahman in Gemas, Negri Sembilan died under very tragic circumstances. Gruesome is perhaps the right diction. A blade came loose from a ride-on lawnmower and struck the 14-year-old’s head, slicing open part of her skull. She died at the scene of the accident. Two other students were injured.