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Recalibrating national budget - eradicating leakages and corruption

On May 30, 2019, New Zealand surprised the world with the world's first Wellbeing Budget. "But aren't all national budgets supposed to revolve around the concept of people's wellbeing?!"—we could rightfully exclaim. Our national plans, budgets and blueprints are also never short on using or even overusing this term.

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Taman Sri Nanding residents yearn for assistance

I HAVE seen many reports before on natural disasters and their aftermath, at both the national and international levels. But my visit to Taman Sri Nanding in Hulu Langat, Selangor, on Wednesday is the first time that I witnessed a natural disaster up close.

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Selfless in the hour of need

Malaysians show the true spirit of being ‘Keluarga Malaysia’.

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Once in 100 years flooding? It has become too frequent

TAMAN Sri Muda is just a barely 15 minutes drive away from Shah Alam, the capital of Selangor. It is a major township located in the Klang district where, by logic, immediate help should have been efficiently swift to rescue the stranded flood victims.

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Chinese voters make a firm stand

THE big surprise of the Sarawak polls is not that Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) won 76 out of 82 seats.

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What Mahathir doesn’t understand about chopsticks

TO most, chopsticks are eating utensils shaped out of two strips of equal length, commonly tapered, and made of a wide variety of materials such as bamboo, metal plastic or wood.

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Royal endorsement sought for proposal of ‘Better Malaysia Assembly’

Menghadap Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong XVI, Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ahmad Shah Al–Musta’in Billah.

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Bipartisan support needed for Azalina's proposed Bills to curb party hopping

MCA supports the two Bills, namely the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2021 (RUU Perlembagaan (Pindaan) 2021) and the Regulation of Party Hopping and Political Accountability Bill 2021 (RUU Pengawalan Lompat Parti dan Akauntabiliti Politik 2021) submitted by Pengerang MP Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said to Parliament earlier this week.

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A lesson we can learn from the Timah controversy

IT appears to be a happy ending as Timah whisky finally gets to keep its name, but each and every Malaysian is a loser in this whole rotten farce that can destroy the country's frail interracial relationship while also exposing the ignorance in politicians.

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Lifeline of being employed

‘As we have been surpassing our monthly projections, we are on track to meet our target of providing 500,000 job opportunities by December.’

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Welfare and progressive economics on the back of macro-economic fundamentals

BUDGET 2022 was in many respects one that tried to impress as prihatin (caring) and indeed the needs and concerns of the rakyat was addressed to a large extent.

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Insurance measures in place

Budget aimed at rebuilding livelihoods and economic resilience.

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