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Travelling when you're disabled

People with disabilities can travel the world. All it takes is some smart planning.

Walking with Bangsa Ria for the kids

Sometimes exercise can do more than strengthen the body when it serves a greater good.

Practical solution to housing problem

Many Malaysians want to buy homes but are unable to obtain loans, or the loans offered are significantly lower than the price of the home.

It's time to shut down ableism and its microaggressions

Ableist attitudes place barriers in the lives of people with disabilities. It's high time to tear them down.

A quiet but certain end of Mahathirism

It was April 2009 and an air of optimism captured Malaysia. We were on the cusp of only the 6th leadership change our country has witnessed in over 50 years.

Freezing fatherhood

Sperm banking allows for the preserving of paternal genetic material for future use.

A test for Die Mannschaft

Germany may be the FIFA World Cup champions but their Euro 2006 group is not an easy one. Poland and Ukraine are no pushovers while Northern Ireland will need a miracle to qualify for the next stage.

Giving children a fair chance to thrive

Every child, including those with disabilities, has a right to be treated fairly.

The A-G’s role in our constitutional framework

The position of the Attorney-General has been brought to sharp focus by certain issues over the past few months.

How the mighty have fallen

MANY may not know this, but politics is defined as the science of government. However, politics have more often been associated with bickering, the pursuit of power, backroom dealing and other negatives.