The Star Says


  • Go to
The Star Says

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.

The Star Says

Let’s roar proudly for Brand Malaysia

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

The Star Says

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.

The Star Says

Cherish our shared destiny

TODAY marks the 62nd anniversary of Merdeka, a key milestone in the journey that led to the birth of our beloved home.

The Star Says

A proper and thorough study needed

ANY commuter who has had to brave the daily peak hour traffic in the city can vouch that public transport has helped make commuting less stressful, at least in the last few years.

The Star Says

We must reject all racial provocations

WITH Merdeka Day just two weeks away, the last thing our peaceful multiracial country wants to see is racial discord and tension.

The Star Says

United front on Jerusalem issue for the sake of peace

THE move by President Donald Trump to go ahead with the sensitive issue of pushing the agenda to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has brought about an overwhelming sense of unity against the leader of the world’s superpower.

The Star Says

Make more space in cities for people to walk

WHEN it is going well, a nation’s progress is like a steady, purposeful walk. Sometimes the pace quickens over a stretch, but it is still about moving ahead step by step, on its own power and with a natural rhythm.

The Star Says

Corruption has no place in any culture

LATELY, we have been seeing many photographs and a lot of video footage of handcuffed men and women in orange T-shirts bearing the words “Lokap SPRM”.

The Star Says

No country for old and sick people

WE are getting old. The statistics show Malaysia’s inevitable march towards a difficult milestone – that of an ageing nation.

The Star Says

Not healthy to depend too much on foreign labour

THE Cabinet has decided that the mandatory health checks to be carried out annually for registered foreign workers be reinstated. While this is commendable, it is a half measure at best.