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The Star Says

Let’s keep our children safe

Well, we hope so anyway, as many will be returning to brick and mortar schools after almost two years of mostly virtual education necessitated by the series of Covid-19-triggered lockdowns.

Analysis

More trouble ahead for the PM

THE rumour was so convincing that journalists scrambled to write about it.

On Your Side

A seemingly never-ending story

The Covid-19 pandemic is causing fatigue among the people who are asking how often must they get vaccinated.

The Doctor Says

Our health is still vulnerable in 2022

Covid-19 is likely to still dominate the year, although other healthcare issues might also rear their head.

Over the Top

A kind act, a world of blessings

A simple helping hand could cause ripples that touch many lives positively.

Sunny Side Up

In 2022, just remember that it’s OK to be exactly where you are in life now

Meet yourself where you are and do whatever’s needed, and take things one step at a time.

Tipsy Turvy

Tipsy-Turvy: Why non-alcoholic spirits are here to stay

There is actually a strong case for having more non-alcoholic versions of beers or spirits around.

Matters of the Mind

Dealing with the psychological trauma of disasters

The mental and emotional health of disaster victims needs to be addressed as much as their physical needs.

SEARCH Scholar Series

A new era of international economic cooperation

WITH an increasingly interdependent world economy, international economic cooperation is typically used to facilitate the processes of trade and investment. However, we see dramatic changes in the traditional definitions and functions of international economic cooperation. This has heightened the desire to revise the traditional international economic cooperation policies. One such move is through the introduction of the “Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)” by China.

The Bowerbird Writes

Lessons from the floods

THE floods that inundated many parts of Selangor, the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and Pahang two weeks ago were reminiscent of what happened in New Orleans, Louisiana in August 2005.

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