Democracy should include youth
It does not make sense that in a society with the age of majority and right to be elected to Parliament at 18, a person is regarded as unfit to cast a vote.
Timely reminder by law minister — Hafiz Hassan
MAY 3 — De facto Law Minister Takiyuddin Hassan has spoken: the law is clear on the matter of police appointments, where Article 140 of the Federal Constitution states the Police Force Commission (P...
Winner takes all in Johor DAP
IT is possible that Senator Liew Chin Tong is the happiest man in Johor after the state DAP polls on Sunday (May 2).
Wise up at lunch with LWC
LEVEL 9 of Top Glove Tower in Shah Alam houses a special VIP dining room, equipped with a large wall-mounted computer screen, where Tan Sri Dr Lim Wee Chai (LWC) normally takes lunch with his key seni...
in the digital age
TOMORROW IS World Press Freedom Day (WPFD). It is a day which we Malaysians must remember and pay tribute to those news media and media practitioners for reporting the truth.
‘Keroyok’ politics in GE15
SOME political analysts argue that Sabah politics is different from Peninsular Malaysia’s. They point to the demographics of the two territories.
THE most highly publicised crimes these days are not robberies or murders but money laundering, scams, tender rigging, corruption and financial manipulation.
Top Glove rides storms with confidence
TOP GLOVE Corporation Bhd, the world’s largest rubber glove manufacturer, had been on top of the world for months last year after the unexpected deadly Covid-19 pandemic catapulted the company’s e...
Regarding housing — Badrul Hisham Ismail
MAY 1 — I was attending a conference on the housing crisis in New York City a few years back, and one of the mantras during the event was that when it comes to the housing crisis, there is a clear e...
The Archbishop and the boiling of frogs
LET'S start with a summary of a recent controversy: A recording started making the rounds, featuring the Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur, Julian Leow Beng Kim (pic), giving a speech at an undetermined ev...
DAP ‘wonder boy’ struggling in Johor?
THE mercury is rising in the Johor DAP election, and the political mood has been hot enough to bring party elder Lim Kit Siang to go all over Johor last weekend.
Toxic move radiates outrage
Japan’s plan to dump radioactive wastewater has fuelled anger among its neighbours, environmental groups and people in the Pacific Islands.