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SIBU: Sarawak journalists have been told to write more local stories so that the Federal Government and peninsular Malaysians are more aware of happenings in the state.
THREE journalists from The Star had their work recognised by the Penang state. Christina Chin clinched the Excellent Award in the Feature Writing category for her entries ‘A green legacy’ and ‘Sanctuary for all’ published on Dec 1, 2014, in StarTwo.
THE National Press Club Malaysia (NPC) held a charity dinner to raise funds for the Journalist Welfare Fund (JWF).
IT’S not everyday one gets an opportunity to hold a real gun and fire away!
JOHOR BARU: The Star’s Johor bureau came up tops once again by bagging four prizes in five print categories at the fifth annual Johor Media Awards.
AS WITH all good things, November has come and gone and with it, StarMetro’s Movember Challenge.
MIRI: The media in Sarawak is free to report events and happenings in this state as it sees fit, and it must do so with responsibility and accuracy.
MORE than 100 people gathered to attend the memorial service of the late Consumer Association of Penang (CAP) president SM Mohamed Idris.
Pinang points by Arnold Loh
SOMETIMES I worry if the journalism profession will become obsolete and what might happen to society then.
MIRI: Journalists can influence the way people think, through what and how they write their news, said Assistant Tourism Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin.