Both sides need to avoid complacency

Many are wondering when the state election will be held. Will it be mid-2021, just before it is due, or… Read More

Aussies rebuff calls for journalism protections

Australia’s conservative government is fighting efforts to introduce legal protections for journalists — instead vowing to jail whistleblowers and reporters,… Read More

The mistreatment, misunderstanding of internship

Google “unfair internships” and you get a blizzard of complaints. It’s understandable that young people may feel hard done by working… Read More

HK cops say no need for China to step in

Hong Kong’s police are confident they have the resources to continue battling pro-democracy protesters, even if violence escalates further, pouring… Read More

Stinky, nauseating Malaysian toilets

Visit any public toilet in Malaysia and most likely you’d find that it is not only stinky but also nauseating.… Read More

Mexican start-up fights pollution with artificial trees

Trees are one of the best things we have to clean the Earth’s air, but they have certain drawbacks: they… Read More

Time for needs-based policy for our country

I refer to the recent statement by Tun Daim Zainuddin that Malaysia should replace the New Economic Policy (NEP), adopted… Read More

Cyber scams top the list every year

BY SYAMSIAH SAHAT & ROZLIN RUSHARMEEN ROSMIN If you find yourself curiously drawn to that lucrative job offer, valuable grand… Read More

Would China risk another Tiananmen?

While China might be exploiting fears of a bloody “Tiananmen” crackdown on Hong Kong’s protest movement, but analysts say the… Read More

Transition of power still an issue

The issue of transition of power from Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) president Datuk Seri Anwar… Read More