A round-up of some recent events.
With good governance and pre-crisis social safety nets resolutely in place, the people remained confident and resilient.
The then-PM, from the beginning to the end, did not even look the Lord President in the eye.
It is character that provides moral strength and the will to stand up for what is right.
Muhyiddin is desperately clinging on to power when the signs are he has lost his wafer-thin parliamentary majority.
Muhyiddin should show respect to the democratic tradition and subject himself to a vote of confidence in Parliament.
The authorities have to act immediately to curb the pandemic, Jem writes.
We must not allow soothsayers of doom to declare that everything is set in stone, Loyal Malaysian writes.
Politicians should refrain from making remarks that will seriously undermine the public’s confidence in our system of governance.
What would I do with such a gift - if only that would happen!
Reading about revellers not observing precautions has infuriated many.
If we do not do something drastic, we will be known the world over as the most dangerous road users.