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When fake goes mainstream

In today’s fast-paced news world, there are still ways to separate the wheat from the chaff.

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As US economy sinks, others pay the price

The value of our ringgit and other currencies has tumbled. What is the cause of depreciation which has hurt much of the world? And is Malaysia really in trouble?

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Title entitlement

Consistency is needed to protect the sanctity and value of state awards.

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Faux tales

FAKE news about Datuk Seri Najib Razak has shifted into overdrive even though he’s already incarcerated at Kajang Prison.

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Walk the talk

Only a minority can lead by example when mired in a cesspool of toxicity.

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Too soon for a pardon

The law acts without fear or favour, even if the crime involves a former prime minister.

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Forces face farce

It’s time to clean up our act. We cannot let Malaysia become a case study for defence deal debacles.

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Hope in our Rulers

Our National Day will be upon us soon, it’s our Rulers, and not politicians, who have truly championed diversity.

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Race-y reflections

Just when it seems we’ve made progress, we get stuck in a rut once more.

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Punishing persecution

MANY Malaysians are, by now, aware that Malaysia sits on Tier 3 of the US State Department’s recently released 2021 Trafficking in Persons report.

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Don’t get taken in

Malaysia isn’t about to become the next Sri Lanka. Don’t believe everything you see on social media.

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Guiding lights

We’re hoping for neither aspirant nor actor because what we need are leaders by example.

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