Topic: July 7
Abolish nuclear weapons for humanity’s sake
AT the time of writing, it has been almost two years since Malaysia signed the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW). It is commendable that Malaysia signed this treaty at the earliest ...
DAP’s CEC will decide on exco man’s fate, says Loke
GEORGE TOWN: DAP national organising secretary Loke Siew Fook said the party has yet to decide on the fate of Paul Yong Choo Kiong, the Perak executive councillor who was today charged with raping an ...
Perak exco denies rape charge
IPOH (Aug 23): A Perak Executive Council chairman was charged in the Sessions Court here today with raping a 23-year-old woman.
Perak exco denies rape charge
IPOH: A Perak Executive Council chairman was charged in the Sessions Court here today with raping a 23-year-old woman.
Barakah Offshore chairman resigns
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 8): Barakah Offshore Petroleum Bhd’s independent non-executive chairman Datuk Mohamed Sabri Mohamed Zain, has stepped down “due to personal reasons”.
Cerisologo is new Kapit DO
Elvis (left) hands over the instrument of office to Cerisologo, while Galong (centre) and others witness.
Work faster to ratify treaty
THE article “Eminent Buddhist leader urges halt to nuclear weapons and killer robots” (Sunday Star, July 7) is timely as this year marks the second anniversary of the adoption of the UN Treaty on ...
Road ahead still uncertain
The Batek Orang Asli community in a village in Kelantan is still grappling with the multiple deaths and illnesses that it suffered.
Sabah minister confirms JE virus found in pig
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Junz Wong today confirmed that the Japanese encephalitis (JE) virus had been detected in a pig in the state’s interior Tambunan district.
It’s not all right to rotan the children
I’M referring to the video, which went viral recently, of a mother of a secondary schoolgirl questioning a teacher for caning her daughter, and the report “Yes! It’s all right to rotan the kids!...
Another death recorded
KUALA LUMPUR: Another death relating to the measles outbreak among the Orang Asli has been reported, making it the fourth death confirmed by the Health Ministry.
EPS holders reminded to comply with the law
Hanizam (seated centre), Salihin (seated left) and Muslimun (seated right) give the thumbs up as they pose for a group photo with KPDNHEP enforcement officers and local EPS permit holders.
Measles claims life of one more orang asli
KUALA LUMPUR: A Orang Asli woman is reported to have died due to measles in Terengganu yesterday, bringing the number of deaths due to an outbreak of the disease along the state’s border with Kelant...
Measles claims another Orang Asli life
An Orang Asli woman is reported to have died due to measles in Terengganu yesterday, bringing the number of deaths due to an outbreak of the disease along the state’s border with Kelantan to four so...
How you discipline leaves a lasting memory
HAVING read “Yes! It’s all right to rotan the kids” (Sunday Star, July 7; online at bit.ly/star_discipline), I had to write in as I feel deeply about the issue of inflicting corporal punishment ...