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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

FROM A VERY DISAPPOINTED COLLEGE ADMINISTRATOR Shah Alam

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.

Adequate workers’ housing is basic requirement, says construction group

KUALA LUMPUR: Poor living conditions of construction workers is affecting the productivity and sustainability of the entire industry, said the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB).