Using what is learned from history as a catalyst for change might save our lives and preserve and develop what we have and know for the education of subsequent generations, observes Rakyat Jelata.
in our darkest thoughts we fear that the system is itself corrupt to the core and it relies on public/official tenets of ethics and decency as a façade, writes Alwyn Lau.
Perpaduan nasional adalah sebuah proses, dimana nilai-nilai yang utuh dan cita-cita yang universal dijadikan asas identiti Malaysia yang kita semua boleh banggakan, ujar Nor Arlene Tan.
Back then, the federal and the state governments chose to sideline the welfare of the rakyat and sided with a giant conglomerate, recalls Choo Sing Chye. Has anything really changed?
Journalists have great power, and with that, comes great responsibility. So they should really be good journalists, or not join the profession at all, writes Wong Chin Huat.
To help build peace and unity, we have to come together to talk honestly without antagonism, to forgive and heal the rifts that have frequently driven us apart in animosity and enmity, says Jasmine Tea.
Janji ditepati? Nothing has been done to a primary school in Belaga nearly one year after its hostel collapsed, injuring 18 pupils – five seriously, reports Watt Zacchaeus of the Borneo Post.
Are we moving towards a progressive culture of policy making or are we being stumped by political rhetoric, wonders Running Out Of Inspiration.
Thousands of lives are being affected, rights violated and justice denied because of what is happening in the 6P programme, claims Irene Fernandez.
After a successful series of events and meetings in Melbourne, Peter Kallang, Chairman of the SAVE Rivers network, and James Nyurang Usang, headman from the Baram, are currently preparing for the last leg of their Australia tour in Tasmania, reports the BMF team.