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‘Cooperate for sake of strays’

NGOs should pool resources to better help abandoned dogs.

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Rules are not meant to be broken

IS it sometimes right to do the wrong thing? Why do people find themselves breaking or bending the rules?

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Don’t blame it on the rain

THE sight of ominous dark clouds or a clap of thunder is enough to send a shiver down Harmeet Singh’s spine.

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Have your say in local planning

Views voiced can shape future growth, environmental sustainability of area.

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Serve up jobs for the homeless

NGOs feeding community on streets should also help them prepare for independent living

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Mask up and enjoy the show

SARAWAK can expect an influx of visitors soon, once international events that have been put on hold are rescheduled to take place.

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Illegal immigration issue more pressing than ever

If there is anything that any Sabahan wants, it is a solution to the never-ending problem of illegal immigrants.

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No replacing the personal touch

OUR ability to network has greatly improved thanks to technology, but how meaningful is this connection?

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Going the pre-loved route

MY son Bryan entered Year One this week at a government school in Petaling Jaya.

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Lax attitude towards mask worrying

The face mask is the first and last line of defence against Covid-19.

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When the public came knocking at media office

Daily’s Melaka bureau takes pride in having gone beyond call of duty to assist locals during MCOs.

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Call for early warning system, disaster drills

AT THE entrance to a resort in Sungai Lui, Hulu Langat in Selangor, is a muddied slipper hanging by a yellow raffia string.

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