As far as the rakyat is concerned, it was just another day of “wayang” and “sandiwara” as they continue to wonder what lies ahead – health-wise and financially.
Bicycle sales picked up when the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) took effect on May 4 as the people were fed up of being cooped up at home. Meanwhile, Agong postpones meeting with Umno, DAP and Amanah leaders.
The pneumococcal vaccination exercise is slated to start in June and the Health Ministry has to decide fast which vaccine will be best for our children – one that’s effective and proven or a new, untested version that promises cost-saving.
Here’s a lowdown on the performances of ministers in Malaysia – a year after Pakatan Harapan won the 14th general election.
From haphazard and indiscriminate parking to almost apocalyptic at night, much must be done to turn Putrajaya into a must-visit destination for all.