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Dressing up won't mask Rina’s flaws at work
It's one thing to have a makeover, quite another to do it in your office.
Fitting Islamic education in changing world
Dr Mahathir Mohamad partly to blame for religion creeping into national education system.
Senatorial criticism of democracy
Calls to classify government critics mentally ill just one more step on slippery slope from freedom.
Tweaking SOP for trouble
There should only be one set of Covid-19 SOP that applies to everyone, including the political elite.
SOP shouldn’t eclipse lunar new year
One would assume that politicians in a milticultural society are aware of cultures other than their own.
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When emergency ideas are sought
Govt asking Malaysians for ‘ideas’ shows shortcomings, confounding critics.
Heavier fines to arrest Covid-19 spike?
An educational approach may be more effective rather than monetary penalties in a time of economic malaise.
Risks of not seeing the Selangor forest for the trees
A 2013 Google forest map showed Malaysia had the world’s highest rate of forest loss between 2000 and 2012.
Public figure of speech and action in Kedah
Malaysian politicians still love to wield political axe, but fear satirical counterpunch.
The problem of Kedah and Thaipusam
Menteri besar's cancellation of holiday smacks of tribalism, fuels bigotry.
Fear of diverse ideas in university
Varsities cannot aim to nurture critical thinkers while disallowing different ideologies and perspectives.
Save 'lost generation' of pupils amid pandemic
The education of children deprived of classroom learning may have been set back by years.
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.
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.