Fate of Pulau Jerejak lies in Penangites’ hands

What is our collective decision on what to do with this island steeped in history? Eric Thoo looks at what is at stake. The...

Bersatu’s suspension could pave the way for truly Malaysian coalition

Society is ready to move from a race-based approach to policies, parties and indeed the entire system, writes Kiridaren Jayakumar. A month ago, the...

Lower tolls? Malaysian millennials long for more enlightened transport policies

They are hoping for a less stressful and tiring way of commuting and moving around the city, writes Eric Thoo. Fatima’s Honda Ex5 buzzes...

Climate change: The clock is ticking, and time is not on our side

The first thing we should do is stop fooling ourselves that we can do things slowly and that the change can be gradual and...

Teach children to rise above challenges, face the world courageously

Khirbashini Munugaran discusses the impact that drama serials may have on young people going through difficult times. The thoughts and hearts of children are...

How environmentalism will take us home

The environmental movement is no longer something that can be ignored. In fact, it is the only hope of saving our planet - and...

To vote or not to vote: Why has this question surfaced?

Important questions - such as why the call for spoiled votes as an expression of dissent has surfaced - have been left unattended, observes...

Kayu pengukur pendidikan tidak seharusnya sekadar gred purata, abjad A-F

Akui atau tidak, antara masalah pendidikan adalah disebabkan oleh jurang sosio-ekonomi yang wujud di Malaysia, ujar Farah Najihah. “SPM 2016: GPN lebih baik, 8,647...
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