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Ahead of the curve

Granted, this is all new turf, but Malaysia could do better in prettying itself up for tourists.

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Status quo solution

STILL reeling from the controversy surrounding MySejahtera data protection for contact tracing mobile applications, there have even been calls to discard the system now. Of course, that’s easier said than done.

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War front impact

There are circumstances beyond our control at play, but we aren’t helping our cause either.

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Pining for a panacea

Although caught in a cycle of rinse and repeat with minimum results, Malaysia still needs to find a way out.

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Time for GE15

IF there’s one thing that Malaysia needs to do soon, now that the Johor state election is over, it’s to call for the general election – once the Memorandum of Understanding between the Government and Opposition expires in July.

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The woes of war

Geopolitical interests have caused untold suffering in many countries. So, shouldn’t peace get a chance then?

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Sex, sleaze and scams

It’s the kind of tale that’s begging for Hollywood’s treatment, even though we’re the losers in the story.

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Compass of compassion

Religion shouldn’t be a factor in custody battles for children between couples.

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Litmus test beckons

The old routine can no longer be rolled out for a new audience, certainly not in the social media age.

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An old controversy gets a new lease on life, mirroring the sign of the times

IT’S ironic that a controversial statement by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, largely forgotten or more precisely, generally unknown to most Malaysians, would get resurrected.

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The roaring silence

THIS may be the Year of the Tiger, but they are disappearing from our jungles at an alarming rate. Let’s dispense with the silly excuses. We have destroyed their habitat and now, we’re expected to believe in this ecological fairy tale that clearing jungles is advantageous to these majestic animals.

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Spike in tall tales

Just when Covid cases seemed a little less deadly, there has been a flurry of fairy tales from the usual suspects.

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