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Rogue cops need to be eradicated

THE arrest of an experienced pathologist from a major government hospital in Johor in the middle of the year did not make the headlines much at first.

Along The Watchtower

Timely review of halal rules

MERRY Christmas! You can now have your cake, have your greetings written on it and show it off to anyone before you eat it. The controversial directive banning products displaying non-Islamic festive greetings has been withdrawn.

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When MPs ‘go rogue’

All five Bersatu Members of Parliament, who declared their support for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as Prime Minister, have cited one clear reason – they needed the funds for development in their respective constituencies.

Pinang Points

Let spirit of giving prevail

THE tenacity of the human spirit, and our ability to find hope, purpose and fulfilment is a virtue that sets us apart from beasts.

A Winning Factor

Reds’ reality check against United in Anfield stalemate

LEADING up to the week, many Liverpool fans dreamt of another humiliation for their greatest rivals, Manchester United.

Over the Top

Healing words, not disrespectful barbs

AS 2023 draws to a close, many of us are no doubt reflecting on what happened this year in our lives, perhaps seeing some resolution, maybe even making plans for 2024.

SEARCH Scholar Series

The impact of study tours on Generation Z and the BRI

STUDY tours give students direct experience and familiarity with the subject matter concerned.

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Unnecessary polemic over festive greetings

THE main message for Christmas is very simple – joy to the world and let there be peace on earth. That’s all. It’s probably only in Malaysia that each time we celebrate this happy festival that we have an unnecessary and unproductive polemic over a simple occasion.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

Pearling pleasure in the pants

Dear Dr G, I am somewhat embarrassed and curious to ask you about a technique of body modification I have heard about.

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