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History books have shown us what Portuguese and Dutch texts said about Melaka in the 15th century. But what did poetry and navigators from the Middle East tell us?
Malaysia not only struggles with disposing of its own plastic rubbish safely but is also importing plastic wastes from other countries. What gives, wonders Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram.
KUALA LUMPUR: Certain draconian laws will still be enforced in Malaysia, but only on issues of national security, public order, and race relations says Gobind Singh Deo.
PETALING JAYA: Better training to assess risky situations before jumping in could have saved the lives of the six brave and dedicated firemen who drowned during an attempted rescue at an old mining pool in Puchong, Selangor, said a water rescue specialist.
ALOR SETAR: Kedah has announced it will stop logging at the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, which is crucial to the water supply of Kedah and Penang.
PETALING JAYA: Never hang around an accident site, because you never know when it can get worse, as a six-vehicle pile up along the Federal Highway (towards Klang) on Sunday morning (Aug 5) showed.
Let’s come up with a unique design that truly reflects the rough and tumble roads, drivers and social habits of our country.
MIRI: A man in northern Sarawak was snatched by a crocodile while he was walking along the river at his village and rescuers are searching for him.
What does the politician Mat Sabu have to do with Chinese education and the current controversy over the Unified Exam Certificate (UEC)? My answer is that the Defence Minister and Parti Amanah Negara president was once my Bahasa Malaysia teacher.