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National unity – an inconvenient truth?

TWO events in recent days reminded me what is truly important to this nation. The first was the National Day celebration on Friday in Putrajaya.

Inspiring to inspire

WITH her youth and a Masters in Philosophy in Advanced Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University, it is no surprise that Yeo Bee Yin is an inspiration to many women.

‘Smooth transition of power shows democracy is alive and well in M’sia’

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The 14th General Election (GE14) result only proves that Malaysia’s democracy is alive and well, says a Barisan Nasional assemblyman.

Business unusual in Malaysia

The Malaysian voters booted out the previous government largely premised on one main agenda – system-wide reformation.

Measuring up the new Cabinet

Here is how the ministers and deputies stack up according to age, gender and party affiliation.

Fight for rural and Malay votes continues

ALMOST two-thirds of voters in the 14th General Election voted against Barisan Nasional, but what delivered the killer blow to the coalition was the split votes in the Malay heartland areas, say analysts.

Opposition: Fulfil promises without assigning blame

OPPOSITION leader Datuk Saarani Mohamad has asked the Pakatan Harapan state government not to follow in the footsteps of the Federal Government by putting the blame on policies carried out by the previous government.

Report: Strong Q2 performance unlikely for AirAsia X

KUALA LUMPUR: Public Invest Research does not anticipate a strong quarter-on-quarter performance for AirAsia X Bhd in Q2’18 as yield may be under pressure due to seasonality and a decline in international air travel from Malaysia during the GE13 period.

Amanah branch making inroads in Sibu

SIBU: Sahabat Amanah Tanjung Manis, a branch of Parti Amanah is fast making inroads into the Tanjung Manis constituency despite only being set up in January this year.

What’s new, Malaysia?

Here’s hoping what the old government failed to do, the new one will.