The Persistent Problem of Collecting from PTPTN Defaulters

The problems the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) face in collecting payments.

Do We Blame Social Media or Society?

What prompted respondents to encourage a teenage girl to kill herself

Maria Chin on Perceptions of the Cabinet

The perception of infighting among Cabinet ministers is not correct as it is simply that there are differing opinions.

Who Is to Blame for the Terrorist Among Us?

Corruption at all levels opened the doors for every negative element to creep into our country.

Maria Chin on the More Democratic Atmosphere of the Past Year

The PH government has opened up the democratic space by allowing people to openly speak, unlike the previous culture of fear.

The Jaded Millennial View

A millennial's views of PH's past one year in power.

Mind Economy and Shrug Off Umno-PAS Rhetoric

PH told not to be dictated by the opposition’s rhetoric.

Give PH a Fair Chance to Prove Themselves

Take a step back and recollect the amount of money BN stole from right under our noses all those years

Human Rights Watch: Royals Should Stay Out of State Matters

Royals should stay out of politics even in their own states as the people have voted in their state governments, said Human Rights Watch.

The Malaysia of Our Dreams

Bob Teoh on a dream we dared to dream.

PH First-Year Assessment: Good, but Can be Much Better!

Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam gives his views on Harapan’s first year in office.

Everybody a Loser with Extra 15,000 Matriculation Places

State assemblyperson for Kepayang Ko Chung Sen’s views on the additional matriculation places. Last week, it was announced that the government had increased the number...

365 Days to Clean Up a 60-Year Mess?

The rakyat needs to be realistic and not begin pointing fingers just a year after the Pakatan Harapan government took over.

Not Fair to Judge PH Based on One-Year Economic Outlook

Several economists today said it is unfair to judge the current PH administration based on the poor short-term economic outlook in almost a year since it swept to power.

G25 Rep: Four Academics Broke Civil Service Conduct in Advising Rulers...

Maszlee Malik should consider removing four academics who advised the Conference of Rulers on the Rome Statute that resulted in the government’s U-turn on ratification.

Vell Paari Strongly Opposes Intervening Application by Samy Vellu’s ‘Wife’

Meeriam Rosaline Edward Paul, who claims to be S Samy Vellu’s common-law wife, said the former MIC president’s family have prevented her from seeing him since last June.

Joshua Hilmy Inquiry: Pastor in Heated Argument over Phone

Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his wife Ruth Sitepu were troubled after receiving a phone call before they went missing.

Rosmah’s Bribe Trial: Day Eight

The proposal for the RM1.25 billion solar hybrid project for schools in Sarawak should have been rejected.

Doctor-Patient Spat in Government Clinic Resolved Amicably

The Negri Sembilan Health Department views seriously the incident where a doctor raised his voice against a patient who complained about his services, as recorded in a video which has gone viral.

After “Roti John” Jab, Mohamad Sabu Warns Hisham of Forensic Audit Soon

Mat Sabu says focused on work, decries “Roti John” joke as “fake news”.

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