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GE15: Healthcare priorities should be reflected in political manifestos

It's a no-brainer that healthcare should be included in political parties' plans for governing.

Sports Box

Breaking all the rules – Pearly and Thinaah prove they are here to stay

ONE is a pearl, the other is a gem. Together Pearly Tan and M. Thinaah shine like a bright star in the women’s doubles department that used to be dull and boring.

A Winning Factor

There’s trick or treat and a few horror shows

IN the spirit of Halloween, the Winning Factor decides to give awards to players based on their performances in gameweek 14.

What's Your Status?

One-on-one with first-time voters

MALAYSIA’S 15th General Election (GE15), which takes place on Nov 19, will see 6.23 million new voters at the ballot box. Of this, 1.4 million are Undi18 voters who are within the 18-20 age range, with the remaining 4.87 million aged 21 and above.

All the pieces matter

PSM's treatment undeserved

THEY say you can tell a lot about a person by the way they treat other people who have nothing to offer them.

SEARCH Scholar Series

The Belt and Road Initiative and digital business transformation

BUSINESS structure has been isolated into several modules and processes because of growing economic globalisation, which has changed the setup of the global economy and how it operates.

Reflecting On The Law

GE15 – every single vote matters

Voting is a civic responsibility but not a legal duty. One hopes, however, that all voters will go out to vote because not voting is giving up your voice.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

Physical changes weighing on his chest

Gynecomastia can cause significant psychological distress and unease.

It's Just Politics

Politics of anger no longer holds sway

DURING a recent “political tourism” road trip from Kuala Lumpur to Bera, Pahang, I noticed a difference in the “noise” coming from Chinese voters compared with what I heard leading up to the 14th General Election (GE14) in 2018.

Musings

The conversation underpinning democracy must be opened to all

WELL, the silly season is upon us again. Along with interminable rain, we will now have to suffer a deluge of fanciful speeches, false promises and fake smiles.

The Star Says

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.

On The Beat

The great DPM poser

WHY do we need two or three Deputy Prime Ministers? Aren’t we drowning with Ministers, Deputies and Special Envoys who barely make a ripple in the already bloated Cabinet?

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