If we’re not looking up, the unity government must have its eyes on the ground, especially within Kuala Lumpur, which will be celebrating its 49th anniversary on Feb 1.
JUBILATION and tragedy seem to go hand in hand when it comes to the month of December.
The capital city does not need a minister, just an effective mayor to solve its many woes.
GE14 showed us that politicians shouldn’t take voters for granted because the electorate has become increasingly demanding.
THE world is going through seismic changes.
AS the strains of Wau Bulan filled the chilly evening sky, many of the Malaysians present at the long-awaited launch of the Battersea Power Station were visibly moved.
A FRIEND sent me a screencap of a WhatsApp message purportedly from “Star Media managers” offering jobs with a monthly salary ranging from RM1,500 to RM24,000.
It’s Malaysia Day today and we can expect the usual platitudes from our politicians.
The government needs to come up with a comprehensive strategy to uplift Orang Asli communities.
Malaysia’s abundant nature attracts tourist dollars; as Selangor plans to develop the Kuala Selangor Nature Park, the forest reserve and ecology must be preserved.
THE most visited city in the world has some tough choices ahead in the next few months.
A poor maintenance culture has caused the sports venue to be dilapidated but a proper development plan could transform it into a multipurpose hub.
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