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People talk about Sydney or Melbourne when referencing Australian cities, but a city down South has captured the attention of the world!
In the '90s, the idea of activism journalism spread worldwide and landed in Malaysia. Where newspapers once stood back and only reported on events, the new wave was that they could be proactive and espouse causes affecting their readers' lives. At Star2, that began with environmental issues.
Despite the haze, over 3,000 ‘sole sisters’ – some in tutus, others accompanied by male ‘pacers’ – turned up for the Malaysia Women Marathon earlier this month.
Felda's director-general says good human resource management and financial systems are the ingredients that make the model one to emulate.
"Senyum sokmo" (smile constantly), say the people of Terengganu – and there’s truly lots to smile about, especially for visitors there.
Penangites voice their opinions on the recently announced proposal to build a light rail transit system on the island.
Penang's cuisine is great because of multiple layers of migration, mingling and messing about with recipes. Can this achievement be repeated?
Penang is set for a progressive, creative, sustainable, prosperous and empowered society. But a seamless and accessible public transport system is crucial.
A new research centre has been set up in this remote and untouched area of Sabah to facilitate the study of our flora and fauna.
The ‘good’ problem of a city’s growth brings with it the inevitable – increasing density and traffic congestion – an urgent issue that must be addressed.