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Listen to our young on climate change

TEENAGE Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was named the youngest Time’s Person of the Year on Wednesday.

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Stand together for equal right to life for all

THERE are less than 10 days left in the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. This annual international campaign which starts on Nov 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, runs until Dec 10, Human Rights Day.

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Maintenance key for slope safety

IT has been reported that Malaysia needs to monitor some 40,000 landslide prone spots along our roads, highways, and townships.

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No pussyfooting on action against animal abuse

THE heavy sentence handed down to the “laundry cat killer” by the Selayang Sessions Court early last week says it all – the law is serious about animal welfare.

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Time to support a healthy community lifestyle

THE Kuala Lumpur High Court has reaffirmed the smoking ban in eate­ries and noted that the law introduced early this year does not breach the liberty and equality of any individual.

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Policy must be implemented properly

ABOLISHING the arts and science streams in schools may be the way forward but the implementation of this policy needs to be done well.

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Investing in a clean environment is good for business

BUDGET 2020 will be tabled on Friday and will contain the usual spending plans for the various mi­­nistries and social programmes in the country for next year.

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Time to draft a transboundary haze law

THE haze crisis in Malaysia is nothing new. The first time haze was reported in Malaysia was 58 years ago.

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A unity lesson from Sabah and Sarawak

Tomorrow’s Malaysia Day celebration is not just a public holiday. It is a reminder to Malaysians of how Malaysia was created.

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Let’s roar proudly for Brand Malaysia

MALAYSIA beat Indonesia 3-2 in our opening World Cup qualifying match in Jakarta on Thursday.

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Defuse ticking time bomb of racism

LATELY, the racial and religious time bomb has been ticking louder in Malaysia.

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The right recipe key for PSP’s success

THE Government’s plan to offer breakfast to all pupils in both government and government-aided primary schools beginning next year is certainly well-intentioned.