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Large trees falling and Malaysia’s poor maintenance culture

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Our culture is one of knee-jerk reactions – tackling problems only after repeated complaints or when the media goes to town with an expose.

Don’t place cart before the horse: Prioritise domestic economic drivers ahead of foreign investors

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Malaysia may not join the ranks of the developed West or the rising, powerful economies of the East. But we can become resilient, self-sufficient and happier as a people.

Honouring Palestinian courage

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Their courage in the face of an existential threat of monumental proportions should inspire the world.

Does Umno stand for ‘Upholding Mohammad Najib’s Overlordship’?

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The party is in real danger of becoming, for the time being, Najib's sole saviour and lifeline.

Penang LRT likely to become ‘financial albatross’!

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It costs 10 times more than viable alternatives.

Fishy claims about Penang’s ‘Silicon Island’ reclamation!

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Let's scrutinise the claim that the reclamation has increased the fishermen's catch.

No one should have the sense of entitlement that Najib has

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The former PM does not seem to appreciate the care taken in handling his lengthy trial.

Malaysia’s missing mojo: Nation must regain lost momentum

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Let our conversations be about conserving what we have and finding ways to make Malaysia more harmonious, liveable and loved.

Anwar must revamp Malaysia’s political philosophy to curb divisive politics 

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The government must now pluck up the courage to vigorously remove the seeds of the politics of destruction.

What we do about elderly abuse will define our legacy

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As a community, we must take action to change behaviours and attitudes across the full spectrum of fields affected by elderly abuse.

Desolate landscape! Bangsar residents shocked over degraded green lung

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The Bangsar of the 1970s no longer exists. Any vacant space is rapidly filled by the obnoxious, expanding concrete jungle.

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