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Slander at nation’s peril
Liars and slanderers must not be allowed to freely spread their malice on the internet.
The folly of silencing artistic expression
The fiasco is reminiscent of Barisan Nasional's method of shutting down artistes who were critical of the then government.
Tasik Chini an impending disaster
Unesco site teeming with wildlife faces extinction if pollution continues unabated.
Why resistance to fake news laws the way forward
Govt to be lauded for allowing media freedom and free speech even as rumours spread in tandem with Wuhan virus
There are Reds under the bed
Instead of being haunted by a ghost of bygone era, we should focus on more urgent matters.
Why Sg Buloh hospital needs urgent treatment
Since health has a higher budget allocation, the ministry should immediately address the hospital’s problems.
Freeing the fourth estate, finally
After 45 years of foot-dragging, a pro tem committee has been formed to set up a council to enable the media to regulate itself.
No more sex as tool in political spats
Lack of charges in recent sordid scandals proves AGC no longer weapon to settle scores.
When UniMAP response to exam question begs more questions
It suggests an element of ignorance on the part of the exam setters regarding our social context.
New car fleet clashes with austerity drive
Government's plan to order thousands of new vehicles for its officials does not square with pledge to do better by the people.
Losing Malaysia in 2020
Freedoms expanded under Pakatan Harapan need to be nourished if nation is to thrive.
Why civilised assembly is vital in democracy
Law should fall on those who threatened violence against contrarian views.
Performance, not showmanship, please!
Different party is in government, but headlines of policy U-turns and unfulfilled promises remain the same.
Let’s not call for another May 13
One does not invoke the spectre of a tragic event that left many dead and the country shellshocked, just to make a point.
Making ends meet in New Malaysia
Poverty cuts across racial lines, and Pakatan Harapan should remember its electionn pledges.
Neglect of Lenggong robs us of our past
Archaelogical valley crumbles as govt agencies bicker over funding and jurisdiction.
An Islamic summit to reclaim dignity and progress
The deplorable state many Muslim countries are in have largely contributed to the fanning of Islamophobia.
Young and corruptible
Alarming that the younger generation has acquired bad and contagious practices.
Declare assets to enhance public trust
Some opposition lawmakers appear to be giving the finger to principles of transparency, accountability.
University autonomy to control thought?
It should be used to promote exchange of ideas and intellectual freedom.
Open select committee meetings way to go
Rakyat have a right to know who’s competent, committed to the job while transparency ensures better laws.
Why Muslims’ challenges bigger than molehill
There are more pressing issues to address, such as climate change and corruption.
A tale of two party assemblies
PKR’s raucous congress is in stark contrast to Umno’s orderly, though sullen, gathering.