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Migrant workers’ infections our woes, too
End raids, do more voluntarily testing if we want to to end transmission of diseases, Covid-19.
Optical shops, parks... how about restaurant hours?
After 10 months of acting first, planning later, govt still fishing in soup for eatery rules.
Why Shahidan’s appointment ruffles women’s feathers
Arau MP previously charged with molesting a 15-year-old in October 2018.
Two lockdowns, one emergency and an epidemic
After shock ousting of Pakatan last year, Malaysians are luckily now prepared for nasty surprises from their politicians.
Nasi goreng leader’s snap polls logic
New BN sec-gen takes umbrage at ‘non-educated’ Malaysians’ objections to politicking as pandemic rages on.
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Why driving around Penang in a Mercedes is a bad idea
Disheartening for voters to see symbol of wealth in a time of crisis.
Problem with Pejuang, Muda rejections
Registrar of Societies should uphold constitution, allow freedom of expression.
When MCA is left at sea
Senior partner in BN deserves courtesy of being heard over Annuar Musa dismissal.
Party membership that’s a steal
If Umno members are being bought over by Bersatu, then the party should take the opportunity to cleanse itself.
Leaving 2020 with heavy baggage
People should derive strength, hope from those who sacrificed time, energy, resources to assist fellow Malaysians.
When roads are paved with potholes
Kuala Langat PWD’s apology to Khairy Jamaluddin over offending patch raises eyebrows.
If the glove fits
Govt sends wrong signal by letting rule-breaking employer off with a slap on the wrist.
The beef about corrupted meat
News of cartel selling far-from-halal meat to unsuspecting Malaysians shows extent of graft.
Housing cattle of migrant workers
Appalling living conditions render physical distancing an immense luxury, exposing them to infectious diseases.
Holding back women is society’s loss
Malaysia has a deep resevoir of capable women who will make our, and their, future bright.
Speedboats no replacement for Penang heritage
It's the end of the line for iconic transport service.
When names in Kedah are Greek to you
Northern state producing peculiar breed of leaders, civil servants.
Building houses of worship and bridges
Interfaith group rightly cautions ministers against move for federal govt to identify ‘legal’, ‘illegal’ temples, churches.
Drunk on racial slur in Kedah
PAS leader raises political temperature, trying to burnish Islamic credentials.
Sidestepping human rights and Suhakam
Issues facing vulnerable and persecuted groups deserve Parliament's attention
Seeking historical accuracy about Pakatan’s fall
Angry Malaysians want focus on Covid-19-ravaged economy, not more politicking.