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Celebrating the Rabbit year, safely

EVERYONE’S celebrating this weekend, whether it’s to usher in the Year of the Rabbit or the long break and the prospect of visiting friends and neighbours in that very Malaysian tradition of open house.

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No need to push the panic button

IT’S been a long war and we’re still fighting it: We are entering our fourth year battling the Covid-19 virus.

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Let’s find joy in 2023

HAPPY New Year, everyone!

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Keep your children safe in the floods

PICTURE this: Children using the porch of a house in Dungun, Terengganu, as a diving platform, jumping into the high water caused by the floods that are ravaging the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

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Put service above self

TOMORROW is the first sitting of the first session of the 15th Parliament.

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Ensuring food security needs to be top priority

“TELUR tak ada?” Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim appeared to make this joke when greeting Agriculture and Food Security Minister Mohamad Sabu at a special Cabinet meeting in Putrajaya on Monday.

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Live the spirit of the Rukun Negara

ON Wednesday, the Conference of Rulers called on the new Federal Government to foster the spirit of togetherness among Malaysians, regardless of race or religion.

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Let’s give this unity government a good try

IT’S a relief to finally have a prime minister.

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Time to end the instability

MALAYSIANS go to the polls today in what could be the most crucial election since the first General Election in 1955.

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Your vote has never been this important

IN six days, Malaysians go to the polls.

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Let’s keep it clean, people

THE 14-day campaign for the 15th General Election (GE15) officially started today with 945 hopeful candidates contesting for 222 parliamentary seats nationwide.

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Malaysia needs more women politicians

ACCORDING to the Election Commission, for Malaysia’s 15th General Election (GE15) on Nov 19, there are actually slightly more women voters than male voters: there are 10,622,161 female voters and 10,551,487 male voters.

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