RENTING out a house or apartment used to be a source of income that would help to pay back the loan instalment or increase one’s available income.
IT was a tragic morning last Saturday when eight teenage cyclists were killed and eight others were badly injured after a car ploughed into them along Jalan Lingkaran Dalam in Johor Baru at 3.30am.
While many who are conferred awards deserve the accolade, the rising number of titles being given to criminals and scumbags makes a mockery of the honour.
This was apparently a TV jingle from 1997. How come we don’t remember it?
But the debate about whether an immoral act can be criminalised will probably never end.
Titles have been part of our history since the Malacca Sultanate, but it’s time to have a more stringent vetting system.
THE 1Malaysia People’s Housing (PR1MA) programme has a magic number – 500,000. That is how many “market-quality affordable” homes in urban areas that government-owned Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia has to build for the country’s middle-income group.
It is a mad, mad rush to hammer out an agreement among the Opposition parties so that they do not end up fighting each other in the general election.
One of the last holdouts from the Latin American left wave of the 2000s is about to step down.
Some Malaysians are so gullible that they make fools of themselves chasing demons and losing
track of the truth.