Hiking, walking and cycling enthusiasts can hardly wait for the tarmac and jungle trails of Bukit Kiara to open but authorities have remained silent.
The one-day Parliament sitting on May 18 may be successfully challenged if the courts view that Parliament has been frustrated from performing its constitutional functions, writes senior lawyer Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos.
Moods need to be lifted and the unemployment rate has to be kept in check. As such, football in Malaysia must continue even if it means behind closed doors.
Drama or otherwise, the rule of law will determine who wins the top seat in Putrajaya when Parliament resumes, writes senior lawyer Datuk Seri Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos.
Purwaiz Alam takes a satirical dig at politicians for focusing on power games rather than the well-being of the people.
Kemaman-based Muhammad Yunus Zakariah says the decision to boot Singapore out of the Malaysian football scene killed an entertaining feature that has been ingrained in the nation’s history since the 1920s.
It will be tough for many people who go back to work tomorrow following the relaxation of the Movement Control Order. Purwaiz Alam narrates lightheartedly how not much has changed despite the new normal.
Isaac Jong and Amy Yong are among Malaysians who remain abroad during the Covid-19 pandemic. They spend the time alone reflecting on life.
Overcooked? Don’t dread about eating leftovers as you can always modify the dishes so they aren’t boring.
With zero buka puasa buffets and terawih prayers during the Movement Control Order, politicians have to take a back seat while Muslims can now return to the actual spirit of Ramadan.
Fasting during the MCO period seems like a tough call but Twentytwo13 creative editor Amar Qastellani says Ramadan is actually all about movement, control and order. He shares how the first day went for him.
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen certain “rights” affected, pay cuts, obligations not carried out and losses incurred as aggrieved parties will eventually resort to filing legal suits.