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Unethical side of news websites

From READER of Puchong


Tackling climate change

From MOHAMMAD HAFIZZ DZULKIFLI, Policy and Communication Executive of Water Forum Malaysia


Toughen up, winning is the one and only thing

From Dr ARZMI YAACOB of Subang Jaya


Have more retirement plans

From SYED ZULBAKRI SYED JEMAL SHAH of Bandar Puncak Alam, Selangor

AseanPlus News

Nathan a champion of the less privileged

SINGAPORE: From the tributes that poured in last night, it was clear he had touched many in his desire to raise the less privileged and thus build a more inclusive society.


Teacher wins RM400,000 in suit against former principal

GEORGE TOWN: A 56-year-old teacher who filed a defamation suit against her former principal was awarded RM400,000 in damages by a Sessions Court here.


Special Report - How Delaware kept America safe for corporate secrecy

DOVER, Delaware, (Reuters) - In 2009, a global coalition was pressing governments to lift the veil on corporate secrecy. Its members – U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration, influential senators, international law enforcement agencies, anti-corruption activists and major American allies -- presented a formidable front in their campaign against money laundering and tax evasion.


Excuse me, the LRT suits me to a ‘T’

From REGULAR LRT USER of Subang Jaya


Throwing caution to the waves

From SAMUEL YESUIAH of Seremban


Ilango: Nathan played vital role

PETALING JAYA: Singapore’s former president S. R. Nathan, who died at the age of 92, played an important role in keeping the close ties between the city-state and Malaysia on an even keel during a challenging period, says Malaysia’s High Commissioner to Singapore Datuk Ilango Karuppannan.