Why the ‘Anwar vs Najib’ debate must go on

But critics wonder why Anwar picked Najib as his sparring partner to talk about the economy.

Malaysian Bar: Defenders of the judiciary

Concerns over the independence of the judiciary have come to the forefront recently, with prominent lawyers calling for the Malaysian Bar to stage a...

Myanmar: Can international pressure work?

Will this week’s US-Asean special summit with US President Joe Biden address the post-coup violence in Myanmar?Astro Awani’s Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan ask...

The Najib Razak 1MDB Trial Ep 85: An intimidating order

On 10 May, KPMG Malaysia’s managing partner Johan Idris testified at Najib Razak’s 1MDB trial he felt "intimidated" by the former prime minister during...

Youth survey challenging political assumptions

As the newest voters on the electoral block, 18 to 20-year-old citizens are under intense scrutiny. So what do they want?Astro Awani’s Sharaad Kuttan...

The Najib Razak 1MDB Trial Ep 84: Shady deals

Ex-1MDB chairman Mohd Bakke Salleh told the High Court yesterday he felt uneasy after suspecting ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak had a hand in shady...

Helen Mary Johnson: Tough and committed comrade

Her efforts have resulted in immensely better conditions for workers all over Malaysia.

Keeping clean requires consciousness of the present

Our education focuses too much on memory and nostalgia, but it has failed to create people conscious of the present.

Costly display of Sabah’s intent to progress

People’s genuine expectation of development should not be fed with expensive publicity.

Perampasan tanah pertanian di Perak: Kenapa murah hati pada pemaju?

Jika petani dihalau keluar dari tanah yang diusahakan mereka, orang ramai tidak akan mendapat makanan yang mencukupi.

We can’t build a nation on lies – Haris Ibrahim

"Enough of the political parties coming to us with their manifestos!" Haris adds. "Rakyat are going to take to you all a manifesto with five pillars."

Perak farmers’ evictions: Why the generosity towards developers?

If the farmers continue to be evicted from the land they are cultivating, we will not have enough food in the future.

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