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Petani Kanthan – situasi sebenarnya

Wujud tiga isu pokok - rezeki sekumpulan pekebun kecil, jaminan makanan untuk rakyat Malaysia, dan kesegaran ekonomi luar bandar.

Reflecting on love and compassion

It is time to practise them with your heart in deep spirituality.

Stop harassing MP Teo with meaningless law

The police could put their time to good use pursuing unresolved crimes.

Da Nang – From ravaged war zones to bustling tourist hubs

Da Nang and its vicinity today show little scars from the devastation of the war

Azam has cleared his name, says Pas. I say, ‘My foot!’

Only a thorough and external investigation by a body of impeccable character can restore public confidence in the MACC.

When custodians fail the people, is there still hope?

Never in our nation’s history have people’s trust and confidence sunk so low.

MACC’s ‘tell-all’ press conference botched

The passport to securing public support is integrity, transparency and accountability.

Azam, you are answerable to us, the public, when it comes to corruption –...

The MACC chief's long silence and evasive answers are the cause of the erosion of public confidence in the commission.

Banjir melanda Malaysia lebih kerap daripada pengusiran ahli politik ‘buruk’

Ingat-ingat pelajaran dari Jerman, di mana seorang calon diperkirakan memenangi pilihan raya turun mendadak setelah bersifat aib semasa bencana banjir.

Twist of fate? Dance musical about rivers under threat coincides with overflowing rivers in...

Wayang pacak - a cinematic music and dance performance by Ombak-Ombak ARTStudio

Finland’s energetic push to become carbon neutral by 2035

Other countries should emulate Finland's successful ways of slashing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable development.

Slipping and sliding into 2022: Is change even possible?

PH and other opposition parties must now listen to the grassroots and the younger generation.

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