‘Buy Muslim First’ campaign hits MCO bump

Activities to promote businesses stalled, campaign now online.

By Mohd Farhan Darwis · 8 months ago

‘Buy Muslim First’ campaign hits MCO bump

Not feasible to screen all workers, say medical experts

Workplace clusters dominating Covid-19 daily tally, impossible to screen 6 million.

By Ragananthini Vethasalam · 8 months ago

Not feasible to screen all workers, say medical experts

Cheaper mandarins selling out this CNY

Modest consumer spending expected amid pandemic, weak economy.

By Bernard Saw · 8 months ago

Cheaper mandarins selling out this CNY

Pawn shops see drop in business as govt doles out aid

Industry suffers as Malaysians use EPF savings, cash handouts to redeem pawned valuables.

By Angie Tan · 8 months ago · 1 comment

Pawn shops see drop in business as govt doles out aid

Where are ministers, asks Dr Mahathir

Former PM accuses cabinet of lacking understanding people’s needs.

· 8 months ago · 3 comments

Where are ministers, asks Dr Mahathir


Set up tables outside to allow dine-ins, suggests Dzul

Ex-health minister says people can’t be locked up forever, so authorities must introduce ways to open up safely.

By Aminah Farid · 8 months ago · 2 comments

Set up tables outside to allow dine-ins, suggests Dzul

Speed up reforms or get left behind, think-tank tells govt

Asean rivals snipping at heels, Malaysia falling in major indexes.

By Chan Kok Leong · 8 months ago · 1 comment

Speed up reforms or get left behind, think-tank tells govt

2021 not the year for bonuses, pay rise, say experts

IT sector, E+E still hiring in sluggish economy, warning of more job losses ahead.

By Hailey Chung Wee Kye · 8 months ago

2021 not the year for bonuses, pay rise, say experts

Mobile phone retailers turn to e-commerce to survive

About 30% of shops in urban areas close to cut losses, say industry players.

By Khoo Gek San · 8 months ago

Mobile phone retailers turn to e-commerce to survive

MCO 2.0 leaves Mah Meri artisans on Pulau Carey destitute

Tourist-dependent Orang Asli suffering since March as various stages of lockdown bar domestic tourism, travel.

By Elill Easwaran · 8 months ago

MCO 2.0 leaves Mah Meri artisans on Pulau Carey destitute

Warning about ‘cheap’ pet food sold online

Owners seek savings, convenience but vets warn of questionable medications, repackaged food.

By Hailey Chung Wee Kye · 8 months ago · 1 comment

Warning about ‘cheap’ pet food sold online

Covid-19 test rule at Selayang market drives customers away

Traders say business down by 50% as a consequence, eyeing CNY recovery.

By Bernard Saw · 8 months ago

Covid-19 test rule at Selayang market drives customers away

Global work-from-home orders fuel local furniture sector

High demand brings other difficulties, such as high cost of raw material, shipping, labour shortage.

By Khoo Gek San · 8 months ago

Global work-from-home orders fuel local furniture sector

Lion dancers run out of luck this lunar new year

Troupe leaders fear losing young talents, income as Covid-19 restrictions continue.

By Angie Tan · 8 months ago

Lion dancers run out of luck this lunar new year

Bosses ignore work-from-home order, threaten pay cuts

Record number of new clusters linked to workplaces which ignore SOP.

By Elill Easwaran · 8 months ago · 1 comment

Bosses ignore work-from-home order, threaten pay cuts