Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announces Perlindungan Ekonomi dan Rakyat Malaysia (Permai) assistance package worth RM15 billion but there is hardly anything new.
While this Movement Control Order is slightly relaxed than last year’s edition, one would have thought the authorities would be more prepared with the rules. Yet, confusion still reigns.
Rather than talking about what went wrong or the ‘what-ifs’, it is time for us to look forward to how we can rebuild Malaysia, a better Malaysia for all of us.
Look at emergency declaration from health perspective and not through political lens, says Universiti Sains Malaysia’s Assoc Prof Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk.
Malaysia declared a state of emergency this morning to stem the spike of Covid-19 cases nationwide. The emergency is effective until Aug 1, 2021. Here’s what it means …
There is a dire need to put to pasture corrupt and self-serving politicians and be rid of a culture that thrives on feudalistic patronage, unbridled loyalty through the offerings of positions and monies and conformity, writes Prof Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Sports operators and private coaches are still reeling from the March 2020 Movement Control Order (MCO). With a similar lockdown set to kick in, many fear they could be out of business for good.
Anxiety is building as government set to announce next course of action to prevent fourth wave of Covid-19 cases.
We shouldn’t be surprised there has been an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases as there are many Covidiots around.
As Umno faces turbulence while political parties are generally trying hard to entice youths to support them, politicians still disregard the importance of the Youth and Sports Ministry.
Does Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi still have control over the party? Sparks could fly at tonight’s Umno Supreme Council meeting as senior leaders Tan Sri Annuar Musa and Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein break silence over Umno’s direction and goals.
Leaders from Malaysia and Singapore have revealed information that led to the termination of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project. Twentytwo13 narrows down the issue for readers to get a better understanding of the latest causeway drama.
It’s time we treated every pothole on Malaysian roads equally, as no pothole is more special than the other.