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It’s in our hands as much as the government’s

MALAYSIA has joined many countries around the world and announced quarantine exemptions for some travellers.

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Let’s keep our children safe

Well, we hope so anyway, as many will be returning to brick and mortar schools after almost two years of mostly virtual education necessitated by the series of Covid-19-triggered lockdowns.

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We can pull through, it can only get better

TWO days ago, we bid farewell to a year where #KitaJagaKita to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Join hands for safe festivities

WITH 2021 coming to an end and Christmas celebrations just around the corner, there is every reason for Malaysians to be in a festive mood.

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Holding off tide of high prices

MALAYSIANS are feeling squeezed by the rising cost of living. There’s a hike in the price of basic goods.

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Keep calm and abide by the SOPs

IT was reported that the new coronavirus variant of concern, Omicron, had made its way to Malaysia.

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Take the chance to travel, but travel responsibly

TOMORROW, the overland Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) between Malaysia and Singapore will open.

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Booster shots vital in reducing infectivity rate

THIS week’s big discussion is whether people should or shouldn’t take the Covid-19 booster shot.

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Water, water everywhere

THE monsoon has arrived. And along with it, the danger of people – especially children – drowning.

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A recovery budget for all

BUDGET 2022 is one which has been labelled as a progressive spending plan when taking in the Environmental, Social and Governance proposals that were contained.

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Holding elections during a pandemic

MELAKA goes into campaign mode in about two weeks. Sarawak might also hold an election if the Emergency in the state is lifted.

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