As the global community becomes increasingly connected, the imperative for businesses to align with ethical standards is clear – ignoring this trend could have lasting consequences for brand reputations, and bottom lines, worldwide, writes strategic communications practitioner, Eliza Mohamed.
In Young Voices this week, Naga Pranav Patcha, 15, writes about the survival of the Malayan Tapir, and his contribution to global awareness, through the creation of a website and a game dedicated to the endangered species.
Pas uses the routine excuse of the lack of resources, conveniently blaming the Federal government for denying Terengganu oil royalty. Ahead of the Dec 2 by-election, voters in Kemaman will now decide to either vote for a familiar face, or one close to Putrajaya who will be able to get the money, writes Kemaman-based Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
Diplomacy has not worked in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict because Israel, America, Britain, and their cohorts are not interested in resolving the conflict, but to obliterate Palestine and its people, and replace it with the ‘Greater Israel’, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Former Perak FC CEO Muhammad Yunus Zakariah writes about what needs to be done to sell an ailing football club, prompted by queries he received from representatives of several clubs playing in the Malaysian league.
When one is judged by the religion of another, there will surely be hardship and oppression, writes Senator Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker, in response to the sacking of an employee of a restaurant after a video of the man wearing a cross at work went viral.
Bukit Tinggi Medical Centre was awarded with Malaysia Health & Wellness Award 2023, under the CSR category for the ‘Gift Of Sight’ (GOS) project which is being carried out in collaboration with Rotary Club Klang Central. For eye specialist Dr M. Narendran, it’s his moral and social responsibility to help those in need.
Sports, studies, social life, skills, interests, and sleep. These are some of the common components of a teenager’s life. But, what if, after having all that, something still feels ‘off’? Fourteen-year-old Amir Ridzuan Bahari shares about having a spiritual guide that provides directions, answers, and certainty regarding life, and how to live it.
Universiti Malaya academician Professor Dr Mohammad Tariqur Rahman writes about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that goes back centuries, and that the killing or murdering of innocent men, women, and children, cannot be used as justification to capture the ‘Promised Land’.
Malaysia has a string of capable individuals who have made a name for themselves in the sporting world. The progressive thinkers are capable of formulating and implementing major sports transformations to usher in a new era of sporting excellence, writes sports consultant Nur Jasni Mohamed.
A united Malay population will be good for a stable, united, and harmonious Malaysia, while most Chinese politicians will prefer to keep mum, not wanting to jeopardise their political interests, writes former MCA vice-president Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.
It is important for the world to take into account the welfare of children who will survive the war in Gaza by providing immediate relief, psychological support, education, and protection, writes forensic odontologist specialist, Dr Rabi’ah Al-Adawiyah Rahmat.
Public relations practitioner Jacqueline Arnold, who is a firm believer in lifelong learning and continuous personal development, received a rude awakening recently when told that she did not qualify for a Human Resource Development Corporation programme on ‘Sustainability Reporting Process’, due to her age.