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Fines aren’t enough for foul-mouthed MPs
They should get a crash course on decorum, human dignity, women’s rights.
Last-minute postings place undue stress on our doctors
Haphazard approach leaves the public with the worrying impression the Health Ministry is unable to plan ahead.
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Why is Gerakan so optimistic about Penang elections?
Party appears to be drawing confidence from 'green wave'.
Puteri Umno fondly reflects on the past
Zahida dons her ‘Bossku’ rose-tinted specs, blinding her to the elephant in the room.
Permatang Pauh MP brews fear, anger in Penang
Islamist leader objects to promotion of alcohol in Sunway Carnival Mall.
When fairness takes a back seat
Outcry as Petaling Jaya is set to charge migrant workers for its free bus service.
Why Orang Asli schools must be inclusive
Malaysia’s indigenous people deserve to be recognised as members of the wider society.
The delayed flight apology
Airlines should prioritise common courtesy, fair practices and passengers’ comfort.
Unity government should welcome criticism
Does the Anwar administration have the confidence to welcome dissent?
Anwar gets the confidence he needs
Focus shifts to rebuilding nation, stemming inflation and poverty.
Courting controversial Sosma
The home minister may be new to his job but the contentious issues arising from the draconian law are certainly not new.
When it’s ‘greener’ on the other side
Federal government institutions must see to it that the threat of religious extremism is blunted.
When Zahid spurns rhetoric on race, religion
Umno-BN should seize the opportunity to chart a new course with its partners in the govt.
Spewing hate for ‘likes’
Fear and suspicion continue to haunt some in a multiethnic and multireligious Malaysia.
Some puzzles in Anwar's cabinet
PM must think long term if he is to last the full five years in office.