Long queues outside the Bangladeshi High Commission Passport Service Centre have been the norm all these years. But now it is striking fear in the locals in Ampang who see it as a Covid-19 time bomb.
Sarawakians rejoice in the celebration of the proclamation of self-government for Sarawak from British control.
Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) is willing to ‘donate’ two venues to artists to repaint mural of Malaysian leaders after their work in Shah Alam was vandalised.
Senior consultant gynaecologist and obstetrician and Federation of Reproductive Health Association of Malaysia member Dr John Teo Beng Ho shares common features of teenagers with unwanted pregnancies and five possible solutions to address the matter.
It’s nice to shake hands and hug each other to strengthen bonds but some have forgotten that we’re fighting a pandemic. Stop all that and wear your face masks in public or the lockdown may be re-imposed, “warns” Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Purwaiz Alam does a Movement Control Order (MCO) rewind and takes a dig at those who resorted to panic-buying of toilet paper and bread.
Different times for national schools make it hard for parents to pick their children up.
Parent Action Group for Education (PAGE) chairman Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim says powering schools with internet and caring for the welfare of students during Covid-19 era should be the priority.
The Election Commission (EC) plans to look into the implementation of electronic voting despite the Electoral Reform Committee (ERC) saying it should not be done.
Chief Justice Tan Sri Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat’s initiative to explain the role of judges and the public prosecutor in the withdrawal of high-profile cases should be commended, say senior members of the Malaysian Bar.
Two Malaysians living in Singapore welcome the decision to reopen the border between the countries but cautioned those travelling need to keep an eye out on the number of cases.
With six victims losing over RM7 million to Macau and love scams in recent weeks, Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation senior vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye says it’s high time for ministries and agencies to collaborate and fight the menace aggressively.
Datuk Azhar ‘Art’ Harun says he couldn’t turn down an invitation from the government to become Dewan Rakyat Speaker but his appointment was not universally hailed on a day Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin showed he commanded a slim majority in Parliament.