The threat of cross-border abduction from the southern Philippines remains a daily possibility.
Sabah and Jolo are separated by the Sulu Sea and yet their fates are entwined.
Life has a habit of not going according to plan but sometimes these hiccups hold some pleasant surprises.
LAST week, my 11-year-old daughter Apsara asked me what Merdeka was. She was preparing for a Merdeka-themed drawing competition at her school.
Opportunity has come knocking for Sabahans working in the Klang Valley to show their entrepreneurial side.
TWO Malaysians were involved in a fender bender on a highway in Selangor. It ended up with one of them getting killed.
‘National’ issues are distracting us from celebrating our national events as a united nation.
Schooling a male government senator on the real world of violence against women.
Watch out for that sugar intake or risk health complications later on.
PEOPLE have asked me which television series best represents contemporary Malaysian politics.
WITH Bohey Dulang island in the background, a 30-something divemaster checked his surroundings.
ON A morning when I was pumped up with Malaysian politics, I watched the rehearsal of OYIF (On Your Imaginary Forces), named after a line from William Shakespeare’s play Henry V.
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