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It was our year of living dangerously, when all those warnings from scientists, all those apocalyptic science fiction movies and books, became a reality.
For the third time since 2018, we saw a turnover in Putrajaya, with a domino effect on some states.
Bakers, who've businesses have been affected because of the pandemic, have found a new lifeline in the way of Korean minimalist cakes.
Activists who lit up the world last year with fiery marches and Extinction Rebellion rallies have been forced indoors by lockdowns to stop the virus ravaging their communities, so many of their protests have ground to a halt.
Constitutional law and disability rights activist James Low Hong Ping has passed away, leaving behind a marked legacy.
Now that the columnist is home safe, he ponders what the future holds for the tourism industry stakeholders in Malaysia.
What seems to start as a regular viral infection can develop into potentially fatal pneumoccocal disease in children who are not vaccinated against it.
Fishing is the perfect activity for anyone wishing to escape their chaotic city life. Here are some coveted fishing spots in Selangor, as recommended by enthusiasts.
Blazing hot 12 months of events, politics, rising personalities and people we will miss