How Selangor won over the Orang Asli

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The Pakatan-led government had from the beginning stated its good intentions for the community - and it has walked the talk, says Colin Nicholas....

Remembering Beng Hock in Penang

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If the present government does not want to change the system, then the rakyat can change the Government in the next GE. S H...

Deaths in custody

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Charles Hector looks at the big picture of custodial deaths and calls on the government to end this terrible plague. Deaths in custody in...

The quest for justice continues

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... for Aminulrasyid, Azzamudin, Mohd Afham, Norizan Salleh, Shahril Azlan and A Kugan ... as Lawyers for Liberty submit a memorandum to the Home...

Stop the cover up: Disease doesn’t discriminate

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Efforts to raise public awareness of leptospirosis prevention measures appear to be more low key in contrast to past and ongoing health campaigns for...

When KPIs enter the courts

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Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) have been introduced in courts to improve efficiency. But the preoccupation with the speedy disposal of cases may come at...

The cost of cheap shopping

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The more consolidated the retail market becomes, the easier it will be for large corporations to exploit farmers and other small suppliers, writes Max...

Labour law amendments

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Workers are being squeezed as proposed labour law amendments do little to remedy long-standing injustices for employees, points out Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud. The...

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