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Thinking Liberally

Budget 2017 a tiny but good step for third sector

We need more partnerships between the Govt and the non-profit organisations to provide public services.


Wise headmaster nipped bullies in the bud

From F. PETER of Sitiawan, Perak.


Triple flypast over KL by RAF aerobatics team

The Red Arrows never fail to deliver, as proven when they took to the skies and thrilled Malaysians in a triple flypast over the Petronas Twin Towers.


Construction stocks rally following Budget 2017

PETALING JAYA: A number of construction counters rallied to new highs yesterday, following the extension of focus on major infrastructure initiatives under Budget 2017.


A place to call their own

JOHOR BARU: Budget 2017 was people-centric but lacked incentives for property developers, says Johor Real Estate and Housing Developers Association Malaysia (Rehda).


U.N. envoys urge Myanmar to probe killings, arrests in Muslim-majority region

YANGON (Reuters) - U.N. human rights experts have called on Myanmar to investigate allegations that security forces have killed unarmed civilians, burned villages and made arbitrary arrests in a Muslim-majority region where a crackdown has followed attacks on border police.


From a shack to parliament, Kenya's slum MP pushes pro-poor agenda

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With human waste from a burst sewer oozing down the main street of Kenya's largest slum, annoyed residents have been bombarding the Facebook page of Kibera constituency's first parliamentarian, Kenneth Okoth, with insults.


Schools to be included in fogging exercise

MIRI: Fogging operations will be extended from residential areas in Miri to include the schools.


Joy of urban gardening

SMK Convent Butterworth in Penang has an urban garden at its premises, thanks to the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) and a grant from Think City Butterworth.


Spreading education awareness to rural kids

A TOTAL of 111 students from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, Penang branch, were all excited before their trip to rural schools in Kedah and Perak to instil awareness on the importance of education.