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Black protest for a brighter Malaysia
On display was youthful idealism that seeks good governance, accountability, functioning democracy, freedom and justice.
Let not hate divide us
It is disturbing that certain leaders of political parties thrive on the insecurities of members to bring about unnecessary social anxiety.
After king's rebuke, what happens to the emergency laws?
Will these laws be tabled or laid before the Dewan Rakyat and Dewan Negara today before both houses convene next week?
Contract doctors striking out their Hippocratic Oath?
Hartal mounted as the last resort to tell the government that their plight must be addressed urgently.
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When art imitates harsh realities
Industry encountering financial, operational difficulties arising from rolling lockdowns and physical distancing requirements.
A debatable Dewan Rakyat sitting
Will there be room for discussion or will the MPs merely be 'briefed' by the cabinet?
Transparency a weapon in war against pandemic
Exposure of errors serves to educate both the people and misguided officials.
Living the hard life in pandemic-stricken Malaysia
Ordinary people at wit’s end attempting to put food on the table.
Let not our healthcare system reach its breaking point
It doesn’t help that certain health officials seem to be in denial of the dire situation hospitals are in.
Why brief encounter in Parliament isn’t enough for rakyat
Five-day session based on political manoeuvring unjust, with thousands dead, health service on brink of collapse, economy in ruins.
A head buried in sand raises two flags in hand
Malaysians offer solidarity and assistance to each other amid collective outrage at the government’s mishandling of the pandemic.
Durian treat gone thorny for deputy speaker
People expect SOP to be applied equally to all, irrespective of social status.
When desperation grips Malaysians
Comprehensive long-term strategy needed to save people from stress, despair, low self-esteem.
Why all these senseless Covid-19 thresholds and rules?
If the virus doesn’t kill us, then illogical standards and orders will push us over the edge.
What ails the medical profession?
Racial, religious bias must not be allowed to seep into and poison prosocial calling.
Don’t worry, voters aren’t so easily fooled, Hadi
PAS president's warning to voters not to be taken in by Pakatan is noted.
A phrase waiting to be defined as soon as possible
‘ASAP’ has become bone of contention among politicians that revolves around the nagging question of when Parliament should be reconvened.
Stopping influence peddling in Malaysian judiciary
Chief justice’s move to get authorities to investigate claims involving senior lawyer should be lauded.
A logo is only as good as its owner
Pakatan must build strength and solidarity instead of bicker over which symbol to use in elections.
Short-sightedness of eye specialist Muhaya
Doctor's ill conceived video encouraging women to play dumb to attract men is a disservice to female gender.
Ramli Ibrahim ban a misstep by university
Public education institutes depriving students of exposure to apparently undesirable cultures.