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The night of long knives in Umno

Umno president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi went for the kill, bringing down the axe on those deemed to have breached party discipline and who were also known to be critical of his leadership.

Citycism

Reunions and revelry hold deep meaning

Fostering family unity at homecoming meals goes a long way in overcoming life’s challenges.

Why Not?

Charity after self, not selfish charity

Giving aid to those in need is indeed an honourable deed, but it’s stupid if you give when you don’t have enough yourself. And it’s downright illegal if you give to get something in return – like votes.

Inside Insights

A RM1.5 trillion debt hangover

A little over a week ago, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim commented that Malaysia’s national debt has now reached RM1.5 trillion and needs to be addressed urgently, as it translates to more than 80% of the nation’s annual economic output or gross domestic product (GDP).

Two Fit

Exercises that can help you channel your inner bunny

Mimicking the movement and position of rabbits can result in a good workout and stretch.

On The Line

Opportunity to overcome institutional inertia in Sarawak football

IN resuscitating Sarawak football, one cannot help but mention the name of Datuk Haji Mohamad Taha Ariffin.

#Abidinideas

Ruminations on life over yee sang

Chinese New Year gatherings return to pre-Covid-19 levels and conversation on politics is almost always on the table.

Comment

Let’s celebrate inclusivity and moderation this festive season

It is hoped that everyone in this country will come to appreciate the significance of these invaluable attributes, and learn to respect one another’s differences.

Tell Me About

Here's how to allergy-proof your home

Keeping your house and furnishings extra clean might be the key to minimising your allergy attacks.

Southern Reflections

Hitting refresh in 2023

IT IS January, a month that is synonymous with fresh beginnings as we replace our old calendars with new ones to usher in the new year.

Comment

Why Anwar should have been in Davos

IT could have been the perfect platform for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim – the newly-elected Prime Minister of Malaysia making his debut on the world stage.

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