No one is safe from this virus, no matter your social or economic position. If one segment of this community is affected, the rest will eventually succumb to it, too, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Our civil service promotion system is seriously flawed and much needs to be done to repair the damage, writes Universiti Sains Malaysia honorary associate professor (criminology) Datuk Dr. P. Sundramoorthy.
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Centre for Policy Research and International Studies Director, Assoc Prof Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, says Permatang Pauh MP Nurul Izzah Anwar deserves commendation for her objection of Penang South Reclamation Project.
We have been battling the pandemic for more than a year now and securing an appointment for the Covid-19 vaccine is like trying to win a lottery ticket, writes Rita Jong.
In Young Voices this week, Nina Ahmad, 14, shares how she fell in love with the 22-year-old romantic movie Notting Hill.
Singaporean Rasvinder Singh is a long-time supporter of Malaysian football. He says Singapore used naturalised players for short-term glory and adds Harimau Malaya should be represented by those with Malaysian blood.
Former Maritime Institute of Malaysia director-general Dr Pola Singh shares his vaccination experience and says every Malaysian must play a part in reaching herd immunity.
Surveys and their purported insights are now a common way to influence our consumption and opinion. Designed correctly, surveys can be insightful. But you should ask questions the next time a survey makes a surprising claim, writes economic researcher Azizul Amiludin.
While China’s intrusion into Malaysian territory is nothing new – 89 times from 2016 to 2019 – the latest incident on Monday was clearly an escalation.
A country’s future is only as good as its next generation. And its next generation is only as good as the education and leadership it receives. But when these educators fall short of providing the necessary safe space and growth mindset, they must be called out, writes Terrina Hussein.
We need to be proactive rather than reactive in implementing policies or strategies, says Dr John Teo as he lists ways to get more people vaccinated in the on-going battle against Covid-19.
In Young Voices this week, 15-year-old Maryam Mahmud pens a story about the haunted Mellowbrooke Street that has stood in people’s mind for months.
The concerned parties – be it the government or sports associations – must probe claims of sexual misconduct raised by two former swimmers and ensure safe spaces for athletes.