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Tuesday - 21st May, 2019
Crowded or not, still poor sales
People are making a beeline for the new Ramadan bazaar in Jalan Raja (inset) but the traders claim t...
Monday - 20th May, 2019
Devotees throng temples to celebrate Wesak Day
Devotees performing the bathing of the Buddha ritual as part of the Wesak Day celebration at Chempak...
Sunday - 19th May, 2019
Pay attention to those around you
WHETHER you believe in an afterlife, reincarnation or nothingness, the fact is that death definitive...
Saturday - 18th May, 2019
We'll teach your kids English, mate
Malaysia is looking to Australia to help boost the standard of English among its youngsters – minu...
Friday - 17th May, 2019
To Sir, with love
Besides insurance coverage for field trips and incentives to pursue higher education, teachers got a...
Thursday - 16th May, 2019
And the genuine one goes to
... the 2,869 pupils of SJKC Kuo Kuang 2 in Johor Baru who broke the world record for the largest mu...
Wednesday - 15th May, 2019
‘Rat lanes’ come alive
The authorities are racing to shut down illegal trails out of Malaysia as migrant workers begin thei...
Tuesday - 14th May, 2019
Four down, three more to go
These three are out there, targeting to blow up places of worship and four VIPs – if the arrests o...
Monday - 13th May, 2019
A three-storey birdhouse for swallows was supposed to have been built on this bare orange-coloured t...
Sunday - 12th May, 2019
Mums are priceless
Mother is the most beautiful word on the lips of mankind, a famous poet once said. This Mothers Day,...
Saturday - 11th May, 2019
Sandakan showdown is all about the numbers
The Election Commission is sticking to its target of 70% voter turnout for today’s by-election. Pu...
Friday - 10th May, 2019
‘Shape up to share wealth’
The Prime Minister has unveiled the government’s new economic model based on the concept of ‘sha...
Thursday - 9th May, 2019
‘Buck up and deliver’
Exactly a year after Pakatan Harapan took over the government, nearly half the respondents in a YouG...
Wednesday - 8th May, 2019
New rules on tinted windows
Visible Light Transmission (VLT) levels refer to the amount of light that passes through a lens or g...
Tuesday - 7th May, 2019
RM15.5mil on maintenance, says AG
PETALING JAYA: About RM15.5mil was spent on maintaining superyacht Equanimity from August last year ...
Monday - 6th May, 2019
Ushering in the holy month
Muslims performing terawih prayers marking the start of Ramadan at the Federal Territory Mosque in K...
Sunday - 5th May, 2019
Thais in Malaysia head home for coronation
So ‘sacred’ is King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s coronation that his subjects in Malaysia have taken ...
Saturday - 4th May, 2019
We may not buy but reclaim RTS land first
The government will try to reclaim before thinking of buying the piece of land that is purportedly i...
Friday - 3rd May, 2019
In a state of uncertainty
Stateless children in Pulau Berhala, Sabah, showing off a ship they made with recycled bottles, ciga...
Thursday - 2nd May, 2019
Not so golden years
A growing number of older Malaysians are spending their golden years earning their keep. Some do it ...
Wednesday - 1st May, 2019
Some rest, others labour on
It’s the day to honour the people who keep the world running, whom the Deputy Prime Minister has d...
Tuesday - 30th April, 2019
Route cause of felling
Looking at the picture, one would think rampant logging is going on near a dam for prized timber. No...
Monday - 29th April, 2019
Fraser’s Hill turns 100
Fraser’s Hill is 100 years old this year. Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin ...
Sunday - 28th April, 2019
BN govt started it all eight years ago
Except for the then Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, almost everyone else in Datuk Seri N...
Saturday - 27th April, 2019
Yes to Belt and Road
With help from Chinese firms, Malaysia will have an AI park soon. That’s not all the good news tha...
Friday - 26th April, 2019
Meeting of heads
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad being welcomed by Chinese President Xi Jinping as he arrives at the Great Ha...
Thursday - 25th April, 2019
Tech talk high on PM’s agenda
BEIJING: Technology, innovation and artificial intelligence (AI) are among the main focus of Tun Dr ...
Wednesday - 24th April, 2019
China’s ban, Malaysia’s bane
It is a global trade in its most trashy form. China’s import ban on plastic waste has forced devel...
Tuesday - 23rd April, 2019
‘Everyone knows the game’
He stood with all 10 exco members in their show of support for Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad F...
Monday - 22nd April, 2019
Thoughts and deeds
The road ahead is challenging for the government but major problems have been solved, says Tun Dr Ma...
Sunday - 21st April, 2019
Rampant logging is going on just 28km away from the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve in Bukit Keramat. Some 7...
Saturday - 20th April, 2019
Revived & overhauled
Bandar Malaysia, a once controversial 1MDB project that spans 196ha at the former airport in Sungai ...
Friday - 19th April, 2019
A high 5 to 5G
The Prime Minister arrived at the inaugural 5G showcase in a driverless car – symbolising Malaysia...
Thursday - 18th April, 2019
Jokowi still the favourite
Offcials counting the votes cast for the Indonesian election at PWTC in Kuala Lumpur. The president ...
Wednesday - 17th April, 2019
Burning beyong control
Firemen are fighting a tough battle to put out forest fires raging near the Sarawak-Brunei border th...
Tuesday - 16th April, 2019
RM70bil will be flowing in from here
This is the plan – set up three man-made islands under the Penang South Reclamation Scheme and the...
Monday - 15th April, 2019
New MB, new focus
Dr Sahruddin Jamal has been sworn in, capping a quick ascension to the position of Johor Mentri Besa...
Sunday - 14th April, 2019
3 wins in a row
Barisan Nasional pulls off a hattrick by winning three by-elections back to back with Datuk Seri Moh...
Saturday - 13th April, 2019
On the right track AND CHEAPER RY BILLIONS
It was to be a RM 66bil project with a giant firm from China. The price is now down by 33% to RM 44b...
Friday - 12th April, 2019
No one said that Dr Sahruddin Jamal, Mazlan Bujang, Mohd Solihan Badri or Mohd Izhar Ahmad will be t...
Thursday - 11th April, 2019
FELDA WHITE PAPER reveals SHADY DEALS
The chairman held positions in as many as 39 Felda subsidiaries. Even more shocking is that billions...
Wednesday - 10th April, 2019
Resolving thorny issues amicably
Despite having differing views on various matters, Malaysia and Singapore aim to resolve them in a f...
Tuesday - 9th April, 2019
Obscene HRDF bonuses
Imagine receiving a 3,500% increase in bonus over just three years – besides pocketing astonishing...
Monday - 8th April, 2019
Two mega projects to take off in Penang
It looks to be all systems go for two of Penang’s biggest projects – the LRT and the Pan Island ...
Sunday - 7th April, 2019
A bright idea to save costs and to deter crime
Gone will be the old streetlamps from September onwards. LED lights will illuminate the roads nation...
Saturday - 6th April, 2019
Though 90% of the Cabinet ministers support the international treaty that allows prosecution of anyo...
Friday - 5th April, 2019
Game over soon for two mega hits
Like millions of fans around the world, sisters Siti Noryani Kasem (right) and Sakira Kasem can’t ...
Thursday - 4th April, 2019
Part of SRC millions used for shopping spree at Chanel
Besides spending a portion of the RM42mil for the designer items in the United States, Datuk Seri Na...
Wednesday - 3rd April, 2019
Not plain sailing
There are potential buyers for the superyacht seized from Jho Low but apparently, the price is not r...
Tuesday - 2nd April, 2019
Doan may be freed next month
SHAH ALAM: Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong who escaped the gallows after she pleaded guilty to an alternat...
Monday - 1st April, 2019
Better be safe than sorry
People may be breathing easier in Pasir Gudang after the Sungai Kim Kim chemical pollution crisis bu...
Sunday - 31st March, 2019
The man with the answers
If there’s one man who knows the rakyat’s grouses best – from cost of living to the ECRL, food...
Saturday - 30th March, 2019
‘CEP report is for all’
The people’s curiosity over the Council of Eminent Persons’ findings may be answered. Chairman T...
Friday - 29th March, 2019
Ulu Muda must never go under
The signs are there. One of the most biodiverse regions in Malaysia is at risk of being ravaged by l...
Thursday - 28th March, 2019
A degree of unfair salaries
Today’s fresh graduates earn RM10 less on average than those who did eight years ago. And if they ...
Wednesday - 27th March, 2019
High five to Lima!
The 15th edition of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition is special and nost...
Tuesday - 26th March, 2019
‘Stick to the plan’
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s decision to keep Bersatu’s Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee as PAC chairma...
Monday - 25th March, 2019
Water levels dip, dengue on the rise
Malaysians are doing battle on two fronts – struggling with water shortage due to the hot spell wh...
Sunday - 24th March, 2019
They come in peace
The rakyat, envoys, religious leaders and tourists walk the talk by choosing harmony over violence a...
Saturday - 23rd March, 2019
All in hijab as a sign of solidarity
Women of all faiths – from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to the policewomen and journa...
Friday - 22nd March, 2019
Lessons from Christchurch
As funerals, including that of a Malaysian teenager’s, take place in New Zealand, the rakyat have ...
Thursday - 21st March, 2019
‘Stop palm oil discrimination’
KUALA LUMPUR: If the European Union (EU) continues to discriminate against palm oil, Malaysia will r...
Wednesday - 20th March, 2019
Mother Nature under siege
Sustainable development seems to be mere fantasy when there is so much going on that threatens the e...
Tuesday - 19th March, 2019
Environs gone wrong
Compounding the heatwave and its effects to the environment are the irresponsible acts of humans. Su...
Monday - 18th March, 2019
It’s frying hot, it’s drying up
Hot, dry winds and open burning are creating unseasonably fierce bushfires ravaging large parts of S...
Sunday - 17th March, 2019
Prayers from all faiths go out to shooting victims
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah joins global leaders ...
Saturday - 16th March, 2019
That’s how the New Zealand Prime Minister describes the day a gunman went on a random killing of a...
Friday - 15th March, 2019
Bittersweet day as SPM results come in
While fewer students scored straight As this time around, their overall performance was higher than ...
Thursday - 14th March, 2019
Pasir Gudang fuming
Toxic pollution in this industrial town of Johor is spreading with nearly a thousand people taken il...
Wednesday - 13th March, 2019
We’re in deep waters
Up north, the water shortage has become so dire that taps in some 20,000 households have run dry. Do...
Tuesday - 12th March, 2019
Jumping for joy
Nur Syahidah Hassan, 20, (centre) celebrating with her schoolmates at SM Agama Sultan Zainal Abidin ...
Monday - 11th March, 2019
Operating on the sly
Foreign militants are sneaking into the country, biding their time by marrying local women or conduc...
Sunday - 10th March, 2019
Let’s keep the unity
The handshakes between PAS and Umno have been strong in recent days – and so is the fear of racial...
Saturday - 9th March, 2019
Barisan stays as it is
MCA’s wish to have Barisan Nasional dissolved has not reached a consensus with either Umno or MIC....
Friday - 8th March, 2019
From their homes to the sidewalk of a complex
Out in the open: Former residents of the People’s Housing Project in Taman Manggis squatting at th...
Thursday - 7th March, 2019
Why would anyone want to kill this child?
Only three years old and Nur Aisyah Aleya Abdullah is no more. Her body, or what’s left of it, was...
Wednesday - 6th March, 2019
A day after MCA and MIC said they want to ‘move on’, Umno made a move of its own, announcing tha...
Tuesday - 5th March, 2019
New ties in the works
Citing loss of mutual respect after the Barisan Nasional secretary-general lashed out with racist re...
Monday - 4th March, 2019
In our hearts
Five years have passed since Flight MH370 disappeared from the radar on its way from Kuala Lumpur to...
Sunday - 3rd March, 2019
Don’t be afraid, it’s all a hoax, claims YouTube
Parents, if you are having sleepless nights thinking that your children may have been roped in to ta...
Saturday - 2nd March, 2019
All set for a really close fight in Semenyih
It’s D-day today as Semenyih folks choose their representative at the Selangor state assembly. Alt...
Friday - 1st March, 2019
Oh so scary
Train stations around the country are potential crime scenes. The corridors are long, dark, dingy an...
Thursday - 28th February, 2019
India and Pakistan on the brink of war again
If you’ve made plans to visit the scenic region of Kashmir, think again. Tensions between the nucl...
Wednesday - 27th February, 2019
Flexi working hours for a healthy lifestyle
To ensure a balance between working hours and family time, civil servants at all federal ministries ...
Tuesday - 26th February, 2019
Panic, tension, then relief as more than 50 passengers on board were rescued from a ferry bound for ...
Monday - 25th February, 2019
Ambitious plan to preserve Ulu Muda forests
Scientists are heading to the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve but so are the timber companies asking for com...
Sunday - 24th February, 2019
A town very much in the eyes of everyone today
Semenyih may mean ‘hidden’ but it hasn’t been in the past few days. Malaysians are watching it...
Saturday - 23rd February, 2019
Toll to go – one by one
Hard-pressed to appease the rakyat’s impatience and growin ng frustration over the cost of living,...
Friday - 22nd February, 2019
RCI on judicial scandals
It only took a week after an appellate judge came out with explosive revelations about alleged corru...
Thursday - 21st February, 2019
He did not even ask for help
It was supposed to be an office block, not an entertainment outlet. Something went wrong and now, si...
Wednesday - 20th February, 2019
Every drop counts
Due to the prolonged dry spell and the drop in water levels in rivers and dams, authorities are urgi...
Tuesday - 19th February, 2019
One smashing career ends, serving youngsters in sports is next
With eight World Championship titles and being world No 1 for 112 months, a feat unprecedented in th...
Monday - 18th February, 2019
Back in the arms of loved ones
The 47 Malaysians detained in Cambodia’s Banteay Meanchey Prison are back in the country. Many she...
Sunday - 17th February, 2019
Syed Saddiq heckled, chased in Semenyih
Clockwise from top shows the sequence of what happened when the Youth and Sports Minister lent his s...
Saturday - 16th February, 2019
This is the last straw
The plastic straw ban in the Federal Territories that went into effect on Jan 1 has trickled down to...
Friday - 15th February, 2019
Let the fight for Semenyih begin
... but will the by-election take place at all? Even as all the candidates have been announced, one ...
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