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Dressed for success

Let’s put on our Sunday best and welcome the new year with emphatic enthusiasm.

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Jab and a job done

We can let the fakers and frauds flounder while we get our Covid-19 vaccination and move towards a safer future.

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Dangling the carrot

If we’re going to truly reboot our economy, we must draw foreign investment rather than entertain political shenanigans.

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Big-time binging

THE problem with working from home is that we spend too much time in front of our computer and mobile phone screens without realising we’ve worked more than the required hours under labour laws.

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Too close to home

THERE are some good lessons Malaysians can pick up as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage the nation.

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Turning the tide on a tiny terror

THE second round of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic is set to happen. It was never a case of “if” but always “when”.

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The emerging light

AS we begin 2021, most of us are invigorated by renewed hope, positivity and optimism. After all, it surely can’t be as bad as the past year, when the pandemic stunned us into submission and destroyed our way of life.

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Reason for the season

CHRISTMAS Day may be over, but we should still be talking about this special occasion since the world is still celebrating the festive season. As a matter of fact, the Orthodox Christians in Russia and Eastern Europe annually celebrate Christmas Day on or around Jan 7.

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Rocking the boat

Financial logic is shaking the foundations of the Penang ferry’s nostalgic appeal.

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Getting ready for Covid-19 vaccines

The dreadful year is coming to an end with optimism and hope in the air as we greet 2021.

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The zoo’s last legs

THERE was a time when going to the zoo was an exciting family affair, but not anymore. Young ones now frown on the idea of keeping animals in cages.

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DBKL act leaves behind bitter taste

IT’S the government’s job to grease the wheels for businesses to stay afloat, especially the smaller ones, as Malaysians struggle with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic

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