An environmental activist says information available on public domain on history of Kuala Lumpur’s planning system hardly yields desired result under research lens.
Pakatan Harapan’s failure to heed the needs and wants of the people will only result in another Cameron Highlands, another Semenyih, and – according to all predictions – another Rantau.
Following a recent conversation with her son, our Kuching-based columnist says it is high time to introduce sex education in schools as children must also be taught about self-worth and mutual respect.
Five seasons on, our Washington-based columnist finds American football more enjoyable than ‘soccer’.
Should Pakatan Harapan be given more time to deliver on its promise or is it time it walked the talk?
The recent death of yet another young child from diphtheria, an easily preventable disease by immunisation, is a national tragedy, writes senior consultant paediatrician Datuk Dr Amar Singh HSS.
The “new Malaysia” the rakyat wanted is a nation-building agenda based on altruistic and universal values. Instead, we are returning to race-based politics in different clothing.
Veteran town planner Datuk P. Gunasilan says Malaysian Institute of Planners needs to address growing trend of its members submitting development proposals in deviation from established and legally-binding structure and local plans.
Sadly, most citizens have yet to understand the true role of political leadership and have been pulled, unfortunately, into the political games of the politicians. Many fail to realise running a country is a big deal.
The number of dubious credentials of Pakatan Harapan ministers further adds to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s series of flawed appointments as evident throughout his reign pre- and post-May 9.
Not having a degree does not make you a loser but lying about your qualifications could make you lose everything.
Perhilitan must be credited for helping monkey in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur that endured pain for months after a tin can with sharp edges was tied to its neck.
Our Washington DC-based columnist stresses the importance of reaching out through embassy events, maintaining a network and actively engaging Malaysians abroad.