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Four years to deliver

SO, the dust has settled. It’s finally over. Can we now move forward, please?

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Revive lost ‘city’ of Klang first

KLANG will soon become a city.

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The impending EV price war

THERE’S a new kid in town and if the buzz is anything to go by, he’s here to stay.

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Who watches the uniformed men?

“HARAPKAN pagar, pagar makan padi”: This popular Malay saying typifies the predicament that Malaysia faces today.

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A golden opportunity wasted

THE announcement that Malaysia has moved up to Tier 2 Watch List of the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report 2023 is a welcome respite from all the negativity that’s been swirling around us recently.

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Make technology giants pay!

ALPHABET, the parent company of Google, posted a first-quarter revenue of nearly US$70bil (RM322bil). Meta, the company that runs Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, posted a revenue of almost US$30bil (RM138bil) in the same period.

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Let’s get it right

There are more questions than answers on the government’s move to implement targeted subsidies.

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A victory for KL residents

A Federal Court ruling on Taman Awam Bukit Kiara will have far-reaching consequences for neighbouring communities fighting to protect green spaces against unfettered development.

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Learning from the best bosses

THE strains of evergreen Seloka Hari Raya are already being played in the malls and on radio. And like clockwork, PETRONAS has released its heartwarming Raya video. You know it’s that time of the year again.

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A city with the most tolled roads

Many Petaling Jaya residents are up in arms over a proposed new highway, questioning whether this project will ease traffic congestion and, more importantly, benefit the people.

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Time to redirect that anger

EVEN when we make the news for the right reasons, there’s always a dark cloud on the horizon.

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What’s on the menu tomorrow?

ON a recent call-in at a local radio station, a listener claimed that a fellow student had resorted to rummaging through garbage to get left-overs to eat.

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