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National self-sufficiency and health beyond Covid-19
Pandemic highlights need for better investment in our healthcare workers and facilities.
Logging under shadow of Covid-19
Insidious operations merits investigation and stern action from authorities.
Challenges of feeding the needy under MCO
Putrajaya should work with civil society groups to ensure food is delivered.
The vulnerable in infected Malaysian economy
Despite the pandemic, partisan politics is rearing its head as funding is reportedly withdrawn from certain opposition MPs.
Why false Covid-19 info is unhealthy
Questionable remedies include drinking cow’s urine, herbal concoctions, eating garlic and hot baths.
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Common sense required, not army patrols
What is required is simple – straight talk that the Covid-19 virus does not discriminate and kills.
Caring for Covid-19 frontliners
Keeping ourselves safe through social distancing one way of showing indebtedness to medical workers.
Where’s the FAQs about Malaysia’s movement controls?
Unprecedented lockdown poorly thought out as govt takes on Covid-19 outbreak.
Why Covid-19 needs our undivided attention
Putrajaya should be vigilant on economic slowdown instead of policing stewardess uniforms.
Taking charge as Covid-19 cases rise
Don't wait for the authorities to act, but take matters into your own hands – which should also be washed regularly and often.
El Salvador declares state of emergency over coronavirus
Country has yet to record a confirmed case of the Covid-19.
We’re watching, environment minister
Though quick to show he is ready to learn, Tuan Ibrahim's defence of logging in Kelantan raises eyebrows
All hands on deck for Covid-19
Social distancing, stop touching the face among steps Malaysians can take to stop spread of virus.
For whom does this cabinet deliver?
PM forced to appease scratch coalition, making for bloated number of ministers, deputies.
When ‘Malay demands’ come knocking on Perikatan Nasional door
Muafakat nasional pact’s survival depends on painting themselves as staunch protectors of race, culture, Islam and royalty.
What lies ahead for media in post-Pakatan Malaysia?
Perikatan Nasional partners are not known as press freedom advocates.
A week-long search for integrity
Malaysians who voted for reform are disappointed with the outcome of last week’s political crisis.
Malaysia, Pakatan damaged by recalcitrant MPs
Leaders are openly consorting with political foes from BN – some who are on trial for multiple corruption charges.
Hello, is anyone thinking about the country?
Have the people been betrayed by the leader they voted in to end corruption and power abuse?
Focus on economy, not power
The Pakatan Harapan government needs to do more to get the economy up to speed.
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.