While our medical professionals work around the clock to treat those infected with Covid-19 and to develop more effective ways of combating it, we must do our part to help them help us.
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?
When humans feed animals on a regular basis, we unknowingly alter their behaviour and they become too dependent on us for survival.
Covid-19 is a timely reminder that humanity still exists and we are all in this battle together.
We should stop over-buying basic foodstuff during this Movement Control Order period. Think of the needy ones.
Stern action must be taken against those who continue to defy the Movement Control Order as Malaysians’ lives are at stake.
Washington-based columnist Jennifer Lee hopes this Covid-19 experience will educate the public on simple hygiene – wash your hands, cover your mouth when you cough and dispose of all garbage responsibly.
The Covid-19 pandemic should not be taken lightly. Even if the coronavirus does not infect us, there are circumstances beyond our control that may affect us, especially if we remain nonchalant.
Recent video of bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayles is a timely reminder that we must ensure children are well-behaved and accepting to everyone, regardless race, religion, colour or creed.
Sarawak and Sabah continue to be important in any power configuration at the federal level in Malaysia, writes columnist Rita Jong.
More parents are considering migrating, hoping the decision will provide their children quality education and better job opportunities.
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s appointment as Prime Minister comes at the right time as he has the ability to help the economy grow, writes retired government officer Datuk P. Gunasilan.
The recent demise of Malaysian celebrity Ashraf Sinclair serves as a reminder of how fragile life is and to not take those around us for granted.