Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) COO Norafizah Rahman details how 150 people worked hard to turn convention centre into temporary Covid-19 hospital.
What on earth was Datuk Seri Rina Harun’s Women and Family Development Ministry thinking when it saw fit to tell women they need to sound like Doraemon to create a happy household?
A law is needed to give legitimacy to how the government handles emergency situations like the Covid-19 pandemic, says Malaysian Bar.
Although the food and beverage industry is listed as an essential service during the Movement Control Order period, owners and operators of these outlets say sales have dropped by 80 per cent.
Two senior lawyers call for more incentives to ease burden on people and businesses during Covid-19 pandemic.
Federation of Hawkers and Petty Traders Association Malaysia, which has over one million members, says its members are committed in helping the government stop the spread of Covid-19.
The Malaysian Bar is urging the government and its ministries to be clear about direction set under movement control order to prevent confusion and stop mass movement of people.
Employers urged to put national interest above self and cease operations or create win-win situation for all quarters during 14-day restriction.
Twentytwo13 speaks to several stakeholders about the movement control order that starts tomorrow. They say more clarity is needed to address questions raised by the people.
Professors from public universities say it is time the government re-looks the retirement age for the academics, failing which the nation will be staring at a potential brain drain.
The partial collapse of a condominium under construction in Taman Desa, Kuala Lumpur, shows the great travesty resulting from the gazette of a ‘deeply flawed’ Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020 in 2018.
Hindu Sangam president Mohan Shanmugam dismayed over Education Ministry’s ignorance of Ponggal festival which is more cultural than religious.
The resignation of the controversial Maszlee Malik as Education Minister underlines a greater problem faced by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad since GE14 – he can’t seem to rely on the fresh faces to get things going.