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As New Zealand found itself catapulted from a sleepy paradise to the site of a terror attack, the country's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern emerged as a unifying figure.
Is a university’s role to prepare students solely for a career, or to harness their potential for knowledge and self-discovery?
Malaysian women can now get tested for cervical cancer via self-sampling, with the results delivered through their mobile phone.
It’s time that the Government gives senior citizens legal protection against abuse and safeguards their rights.
Senior citizens welcome the government's proposed legislation to specifically address older citizens' needs and concerns.
2018 will go down in history as the year Malaysians reset the nation’s course. On May 9, we took a leap of faith and embraced change for the first time by voting in Opposition pact Pakatan Harapan to serve as the government.
Malaysia went on a fact-finding trip to France to discover how they carved out the world’s first food waste law.
The Global Nutrition Report 2018 found that Malaysia has the three burdens of anaemia, stunting and overweight, and has not progressed or is getting worse in a number of nutritional targets.
Current laws do not protect women from rape in her marriage, giving a man the impunity to perpetrate sexual violence on his wife.
Sarawak scholar Prof Michael Leigh, who has been living and working in that state since 1962 gives readers the inside story of how Malaysia became Malaysia.