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Strong grasp of principles needed to stem party-hopping

THE party-hopping phenomenon in Malaysia's political scene shows no sign of stopping and has now spread to Sarawak.

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Sungai Lalang industrial area contaminated by toxic waste

FOUR factories in the industrial area of Sungai Lalang was ordered to close until further notice, after the Semenyih Fire and Rescue Station found drums containing chemical toxic waste behind a steel frame factory.

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An intriguing battle on the cards

WHEN Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) unveiled its logo last week, it was no surprise to see that it was in the shape of a hornbill.

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Can Sarawak lead the way for local elections?

THIS week, Pakatan Harapan opened itself to new accusations of making a U-turn when Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said no to local council elections.

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Call to give states more leeway

THE Federal Government has been urged to decentralise powers and give more autonomy to state governments.

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Johor PKR party elections to proceed amid recent dispute over e-voting

JOHOR BARU: PKR’s party elections in Johor will continue as planned on Sunday despite issues with the e-voting system that the polls in Kedah and Penang encountered.

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Heating up more than taste buds in new villages

WIPING the sweat from their faces, the lunch crowd continued to slurp up lat thong or spicy soup.

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A day seared in their memory

Three prominent Malaysians share the euphoria they experienced when the country, then known as the Federation of Malaya, gained independence from the British.

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‘No need to amend constitution to limit MB’s tenure’

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Limiting the mentri besar’s tenure to a maximum of two terms does not require amendment to the Johor Constitution, says Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian.

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Meeting the people tops their agenda

DESPITE the hot weather, which is expected to last until the end of the month, nothing is stopping the two candidates in the Balakong by-election from going all out to win the hearts and minds of voters in the Selangor state constituency.