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Amphibious ambitions aplenty

IF there’s one thing common among Sabah politicians, it’s them having belonged to more than one party. In fact, one even has the incredulous record of joining six.

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Raised on rubber

MALAYSIAN businessman Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai is certainly the man of the hour. He is going places no Malaysian tycoons have.

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Killer on the loose

THE reason for my father’s passing, as detailed in his death certificate, is septicaemia. It means serious blood stream infection caused by bacterial contamination in its host.

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Dicing with danger

Encouraging stats of Covid-19 cases could easily cause a catastrophe if we neglect being careful, so let’s not undo our frontliners’ hard work.

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Predictable outcome

The rumblings of a return to power are gaining momentum, but a foundation is rarely built on shaky ground.

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Economy first, not race

POLITICAL power is intoxicating, and that’s why it’s so hard for politicians who have tasted power to ride into the sunset.

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Daddy cool

LET’S concede that Fathers Day is deemed less important than Mothers Day. By the way, dads, if you don’t already know, today is the day the world pays tribute to you.

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More pressing matters

ANYONE unfamiliar with Malaysian politics must think we’re living on the edge with the ruling government commanding a wafer-thin majority in Parliament.

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Nearest neighbours first

While there’s a lot to be done, we could certainly start by lifting our boom gates between Thailand, Brunei and Singapore.

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A tip of the hat, please

A boost to TAR UC, with five decades’ worth of producing stellar graduates.

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A celebration like no other

Though marked with muted pomp this year, Hari Raya will still instil the spirit of the festive season for Muslims and the rest of Malaysia.

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A matter of priority

I CAN’T be certain if Malaysians share my sentiments, but I get indigestion from the intense politicking in our country currently.Most of us are emotionally and financially drained from 60 days of the movement control order (MCO), in which time most businesses have taken a beating.

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