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Flip-flop decisions over park openings causing public confusion and frustration.

This flip-flopping does not end here. Predictably, none of the local councils in Selangor chose to open their parks, but a check in Petaling Jaya shows that people are using Taman Jaya, one of Petaling Jaya’s most popular parks, without hindrance.

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Are we ready for another lockdown?

New strategy needed to keep number of Covid-19 cases down.

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The true spirit of Christmas

Don’t let Covid-19 ruin your celebrations. Instead, this year is a perfect time to do more for the less fortunate.

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It’s time to help boost the economy

HAVE you been out shopping recently? Have you bought food from your favourite hawker? If the answer to both these questions is yes, then you are playing your part in supporting SMEs and trying to help revive the economy.

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High hopes for a brighter 2021

THE phrase “It’s darkest before the dawn” will resonate with many Malaysians as the end of the year approaches.

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The year of living dangerously

The past eight months have brought many changes to our lives due to Covid-19 and for sure many of us can’t wait to get back to doing the simple things in life.

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Fighting the unseen enemy

LET’S get one thing straight. Contracting Covid-19 isn’t a death sentence nor is it a crime.

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These are extraordinary times

While we might pride ourselves on being a democratic country, right now public health and safety should take precedence over democratic processes.

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Doing the job free from politics

THE Mayor of Kuala Lumpur is not only one of the most high-profile positions in the country, but it is also one of the most political.

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The best that Malaysia can offer

THE recent heavy traffic along the North-South Highway as well as long lines at the toll plazas were an indication that Malaysians are travelling – not overseas, but locally.

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A second chance to keep hopes alive

THERE are two key dates at the end of August and September that are crucial in the country’s push to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.The first is the expiry of the recovery movement control order (MCO) on Aug 31 and the second is the expiry of the loan moratorium on Sept 30.

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Let journalists do their job

WHEN the movement control order (MCO) was first implemented on March 18, the media was one of the few sectors considered essential services and allowed to operate.

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