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FOR the first time, the Sunday service at the Emmanuel Methodist Church where I attended was called off, but the sermon continued online.
A deadly virus is ravaging the world as our politicians remain ailed by a culture of whining and whinging, leaving our economy in free fall.
When a nonagenarian made headlines by becoming a returning prime minister, it seemed like we had seen it all in the political sphere... until the last couple of weeks.
As the ice melts away in the polar regions of the world, many of us are more concerned about the cubes melting in our cold drinks instead.
AS Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin thinks about the composition of his Cabinet list, he will certainly need to take heed as to how Sarawak should be rewarded.
The King has kept his cool amidst the endless shifting allegiance of the MPs.
It takes all kinds to dominate in a world obsessed with economic might and political power.
As a politician, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has never been known to dance to anyone else’s tune. But with a question mark still looming over the timing of the country’s leadership transition, fans and detractors are closely watching his every move for clues on how and when the handover will happen.
SOMETHING is very wrong with some of our Members of Parliament. Our economy has been heading south since the outbreak of the Covid-19, which spread – like a virus does – from China to the rest of the world, not sparing Malaysia, yet some politicians seem oblivious to the sense of urgency.
The Sultan of Johor pays a fond tribute to some prehistoric fun courtesy of a classic cartoon.