Lashing out in a pandemic or otherwise shows ugly side of our society
A fair decision on outdoor and night market operations needed for the sake of livelihoods
SINCE Covid-19 hit early this year, leaving the house has become a calculated risk.
CONSUMERS are still seeing red after the Sungai Selangor Phase 1,2 and 3 and Rantau Panjang water treatment plants were shut down without notice due to odour pollution.
MY FRIENDS and I rescued two abandoned pet dogs this week alone.
Selangor’s amendment to by-law on smoking and drinking alcohol a step in right direction.
It started with a simple question: May I have a motorbike?
WITH Covid-19 not disappearing anytime soon, it really concerns me that there are people casually walking about without face masks.
As THE government gradually brings Covid-19 under control and the country enters the recovery movement control order (MCO) phase, how we deal with the health crisis matters.
Practising good hygiene, social distancing should remain even after health scare ends.
WHEN the movement control order (MC0) was announced to start on March 18, the first thing that crossed the minds of animal rescuers and feeders was the plight of the many street dogs and cats.
BEING a work-from-home mum while caring for a one-year-old toddler and chasing deadlines during this movement control order (MCO) period is no easy feat.
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