SYDNEY — It is the third day that Malaysian citizens have occupied the headquarters of Australian rare earth miner, Lynas Corporation, reports the Stop Lynas campaign.
Rani Rasiah condemns the government’s heavy-handed action in dealing with a Nepali migrant workers’ protest against the non-implementation of the minimum wage ruling.
Many employers are trying to be ‘smart’ and doing all kinds of things to defeat the plan to provide fair wages to workers, notes Charles Hector.
It has been 10 years since the massive global protests against the invasion of Iraq. What were the implications and the impact of those protests?
Villagers affected by the proposed Baram Dam are upset with their community chiefs for being “manipulated” into supporting the project. Mark Bujang has the story.
Martin Jalleh looks at Prime Minister Najib Razak’s contradictory statements on street protests to different audiences.
The future of Malaysia should be determined by progressive political parties that embrace love, compassion, justice and reconciliation rather than communalised religion, writes Ronald Benjamin.
We refer to the low-budget movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’ that was made by a ‘Sam Bacile’, which depicted the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in a bad light.
Kuching — About 50 indigenous people from the Baram area delivered a petition of thousands of signatures to the Chief Minister of Sarawak today at Wisma Bapa Malaysia, the State Secretariat building, reports SAVE Rivers.
Zunar reports on a protest in support of cartoonists’ rights outside the Malaysian Embassy in Washington DC yesterday.