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Timely introduction of unity module

MORE than 60 years on from gaining our independence, Malaysia is still looking for that most elusive of things, true unity.

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Addressing education needs for a brighter future

IN Malaysia, the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) exam is a milestone for students, determining their future educational and career paths.

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Looking beyond unity week

LAST night, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim officiated the National Unity Week event in Johor Baru.

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The queen of our hearts deserves more than just flowers

MOTHERHOOD is a natural and traditional vocation honoured since the days of old, as the job goes beyond bearing and raising children.

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Safeguarding media freedom vital to counter misinformation

IN today’s digital era, the distinction between truth and falsehood is increasingly blurry, making it all the more crucial to uphold the truth amid a sea of misinformation and disinformation.

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Account 3 could be double-edged sword

IN a move lauded for its empathy yet scrutinised for its long-term implications, Malaysia’s Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has introduced Account 3 to offer financially strapped members a lifeline.

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Let’s all keep cool on the roads

ARE Malaysian drivers getting angrier?

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A time to find peace and joy in our hearts

HARI Raya Aidilfitri is less than a week away, as Ramadan draws its curtains to mark a religious victory for Muslims who strengthened their resolve and willpower through the act of fasting.

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Health issues burning up in the face of heatwave

AS Malaysia grapples with a heatwave, the urgency to adapt and respond to the ensuing health challenges has never been more critical.

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An encouragement to become savvy consumers

THE increase in the Sales and Service Tax (SST) to 8%, up from the previous 6%, took effect on Friday, and will undoubtedly impact consumers and businesses in various ways.

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Council must ensure true press freedom

ON Wednesday, the Cabinet approved the Malaysian Media Council Bill. The plan is to table it in Parliament in June.

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