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The acting women, family and community development minister
Rina Harun goes beyond simple Raya video presentation by acting as a Foodpanda delivery rider.
A case for lawmakers to meet
Apart from scrutinising government spending, MPs also need to address pressing matters, especially those concerning Covid-19.
Where’s the transparency in the 1MDB case?
Putrajaya’s actions in 1MDB recovery process raises many questions.
Why punish sex jokes victim?
Applaud Ain Husniza instead for having the gumption to stand up for what is right.
The two pandemics of Covid-19 and stupidity
It's hard to tell which is more widespread and damaging to health.
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Grave matters for minorities
Cemeteries have deep historical links to the local community, which help residents understand their past.
When celebrities cross the (state) line
Singing sensation strikes wrong note with big do at time of health crisis.
Seeking housing redress after son’s tragic end
Government, agencies need to step up commitment to improving accommodation for lower income groups.
A government of frustrating firsts
Malaysians are regularly bombarded with nonsensical actions by the back-door Perikatan Nasional administration.
When Hadi ‘terrorises’ his emergency opponents
PAS president says people who object to emergency rule are worse than suicide bombers.
Putrajaya should not hide behind pandemic
Questions on use of RM19.5 billion of taxpayers’ money need to be answered.
When jokes fall flat on schoolgirl
There is a need for schools to have a clearly stated sexual harassment policy.
Remove stubborn stains on our education system
Practice of checking schoolgirls for proof of menstruation literally a bloody shame.
When even helping becomes a racial issue
To insist there’s a hidden agenda behind every extension of help is over the top.
The stench on Bukit Nanas
Government decision on venerable Kuala Lumpur school reeks of bovine excrement.
When race, religion matter in electoral contest
Exploitation of the two suggests moral and political bankruptcy and intellectual laziness of party leaders.
An academy to train lawmakers in good manners
Dewan Negara President Rais Yatim feels parliamentarians should be equipped with, among other things, knowledge of legislation, socialism, customs of various races.
Media ban on public hearing is oxymoron
Shah Alam City Council’s town hall meetings should be made accessible to people via the press.
Conversations outside Parliament
Hishamuddin’s big brother blunder, diplomatic snubs go unchecked with democratic process in limbo.
Of poor Indians and MIC
Party continues to be frustrated that the community is left behind other ethnic groups socio-economically.
Orang Asli as eco-protectors
Their knowledge of the natural environment may be useful for good policy-making.
Parting is so hard to do
Umno’s decision to force PAS to choose them or Bersatu takes predictable and amusing forms.
Covering Malaysian politics, warts and all
National news agency Bernama walks a fine line providing supposedly unbiased coverage of party critical of its employer.