Utusan’s unsubstantiated report irresponsible; endangers interfaith relations

Four media watchdog groups have condemned Utusan Malaysia's front-page reporting of an alleged call from Christian pastors to change Malaysia’s “official religion” to Christianity....

When The Heat gets too hot to handle in Malaysia

Aliran condemns the Home Ministry's indefinite suspension of the English-language news weekly, apparently over a front-page article about the allegedly spendthrift habits of the...

Now anybody can stop reading Utusan Malaysia

The excessive reaction resorted to by Utusan Malaysia and other Malay-based groups over the fair criticism made by AirAsia X chief executive Azran Osman...

Unity and the media – Part 2

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Many media systems in this world - certainly those in oppressive regimes that thrive on disunity - have no real conception of what genuine...

Malaysiakini judgment: Victory for freedom of expression in Malaysia

Aliran hails the Court of Appeal's decision to dismiss the Home Ministry and government's appeal against a High Court judgment granting Malaysiakini the right...

The crude, the bad and the ugly

Mustafa K Anuar takes to task the mainstream media for its appallingly lopsided coverage of the general election campaign. On 24 April 2013, the...

Civil society groups launch election media monitors’ blog

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Three civil society groups have launched a citizens' intiative to monitor the media coverage of the general election camapaign and to straighten out any...

Sulu intrusion into Sabah: Malaysians’ right to know

The sudden, surprising and shocking Sulu intrusion into Sabah over the past few weeks has been extremely disturbing to the people of of the...

The Star: Supine mouthpiece of the BN

Is it possible that Barisan may one day lose by popular votes but still form the government and maybe even have a two-thirds majority...

What lies ahead for Malaysia’s journalism?

Utusan Malaysia will have to decide whether it wants to remain a sensationalist paper that mocks journalism standards or a respected daily that reports...

Clear and present danger?

We should band together, certainly at the next general elections, based on a common desire to respect each other and to live together peacefully...

NGOs face PGCC media blackout

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A packed press conference - followed by a virtual media blackout! It's a familiar story. Largely influenced by powerful political and corporate interests, the...

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