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Human Writes: Electric buses could solve our air, traffic pollution woes

Could the answer to better public transport and fewer traffic jams (not to mention less pollution) lie in that old-fashioned thing called a bus? Yes, if they're electric buses and there are a lot of them.

Adam and Arman suffer from a fatal disease. Here's how you can help

Adam and Arman suffer from Hunter Syndrome, a rare and fatal disease for which there is no cure. Their enzyme replacement therapy helps them live better but it costs RM60,000 a month. The boys' parents are seeking help to keep their son's alive for as long as they can.

Work in progress: MRT2 on track

The MRT Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line in the Klang Valley is targetted for full operation by July 2022.

Integrating modern and traditional & complementary medicine

Many Malaysians seek out traditional and complementary medicine practitioners for their health, requiring the Malaysian Government to properly register, regulate, and hopefully, integrate them with modern medicine.

Instant Cafe Theatre revives political satire to discuss Malaysia Baharu

Get ready for Instant Cafe Theatre's 'The May 9 Show', a satirical comedy series that looks back on Malaysia Baharu a year on.

Art, stories from ex-leprosy settlement Valley Of Hope now at National Art Gallery

The Valley of Hope, a former leprosy settlement in Sungel Buloh, Selangor, is the subject of a heartfelt exhibition at the National Art Gallery.

New immunotherapy hope for aggressive brain tumour

Immunotherapy holds the hope that the currently-incurable aggressive brain tumour called glioblastoma multiforme may soon be effectively treated.

Tiger, tiger, burning ... not so bright anymore

The latest estimates say there is no question that the Malayan tiger the animal that graces Malaysia’s coat of arms, that is the badge of our national football team, Harimau Malaya, is on the brink of extinction.

A watercolour exhibition combines elements of magic, fantasy and folklore

ART A watercolour exhibition combines elements of magic, fantasy and folklore