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Even with medals, not all that glitters is gold

A year ago today, Malaysia won a bronze at the Paralympics – its fourth medal – in Brazil. And the athletes who won were all rewarded. For one gold medallist in Rio, though, the gold medal and rewards may have led to his own undoing.

P. Mariappan: Rewarded for years of sacrifice and hard work.

Spirit of Malaysia in an eventful week

From a walk for unity and the SEA Games leading up to National Day, the real Malaysia was on show in all its glory and glaring misgivings.

Let’s break the wall and build bridges

We have drifted apart, there’s no doubt about that. And, as a nation, we seem to be continuing on our divergent paths. But this is a month to cherish, when Malaysians can celebrate their nationhood, with sport and patriotism.

Getting a kick out of violence

Football is a sport loved by many, a sport that is a money-spinner all over the world. But it also evokes strong emotions – and violence. With the SEA Games around, it’s time to keep those emotions in check.

Viva... Malaysian fans proudly waving the flag after Bakri Ibni scored the first goal. Malaysia beat Thailand 2-0 to wih the Sea Games gold medal football at the Merdeka Stadium on 26.11.1977.

Cops take statements from editors and photographer

KUALA LUMPUR: Five The Star senior editors and a photographer had their statements taken by the police in Bukit Aman.

Six from The Star questioned by cops over front page

KUALA LUMPUR: Five senior editors and a photographer from The Star had their statements taken by the police in Bukit Aman.

Two top editors of ‘The Star’ suspended

KUALA LUMPUR: Two top editors of The Star have been suspended pending investigation and inquiry into the paper’s front page on May 27, which caused a controversy.

Two top The Star editors suspended

KUALA LUMPUR: Two top editors of The Star have been suspended pending investigation and inquiry into the paper's front page on May 27, which caused a controversy.

Home Ministry issues show cause letter to ‘The Star’

PETALING JAYA: The Home Ministry has issued The Star a show cause letter over the newspaper’s front page report and layout on Saturday.

We should all believe and let live

There are many religions in this world, some mainstream, some outrightly weird. But the adherents have the right to believe in what they want without being attacked and ridiculed, as long as they practise their faith peacefully.

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