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R.AGE investigative journalists earn second Peabody nomination

PETALING JAYA: They made history last year as the first-ever Malaysian outfit to be nominated for the prestigious Peabody Awards, and now, they’ve done it again.

Suspension of licence unfair to colleges


Pakatan Harapan to allow greater space for press freedom, says Saifuddin

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Pakatan Harapan-led Government has given an assurance to allow greater space to nurture press freedom in the country.

R.AGE wins prestigious Kajai Award

KUALA LUMPUR: For the second year in a row, The Star’s R.AGE team has bagged Malaysia’s most coveted journalism award – the Kajai – at the Malaysian Press Institute (MPI)-Petronas Malaysian Journalism Awards 2017.

R.AGE wins prestigious MPI Kajai award for the second time

KUALA LUMPUR: The Star's R.AGE team has once again won Malaysia's most coveted journalism prize – the Kajai award at the Malaysian Press Institute (MPI) awards.

R.AGE wins major award, lobbies new government

PETALING JAYA: A team of young Malaysian journalists is taking ad­­van­­tage of an international award win to lobby the new Government for further action against student trafficking.

R.AGE investigation follows traffickers to Bangladesh

DHAKA: In the middle of a bustling town in Bangladesh, two R.AGE undercover journalists hide in a van, listening in as one human trafficker after another sold their lies.

Five colleges and varsities back campaign

PETALING JAYA: The war against human trafficking in Malaysia has found support from an unlikely source – higher education institutions.

Help stamp out student trafficking

OVER the past few months, The Star’s R.AGE team has been publishing articles and documentaries about student trafficking. It’s a term coined to describe how international students are being brought into the country for profit alone.