Kit Siang: Muhyiddin’s Address the Worst Live Speech He Had Made Since Becoming PM

Lim Kit Siang skewers Muhyiddin over “no double standards” claim.

Dennis Ignatius: A House Divided, a Nation Adrift

Some six decades after independence we have come to something of a dead end.

Can’t Afford Another Shutdown

A need to be rational and level-headed in the time of crisis.

Parents Call for Closure of Schools

Anxiety among parents is mounting as concerns over possible Covid-19 infection among school-going children grow.

Speaker Azhar Says Had Hoped to Be Bridge Between PN and PH

Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun said he had thought he could act as a bridge between the opposing political camps in Parliament.

Analysts: GRS a Ticking Time Bomb

Political analysts have predicted a tough road ahead for the GRS government in keeping the coalition together after its victory in last week’s state election.

Mariam Mokhtar on the Political Drama with Khairuddin

A minister who does not care if he breaks the law, or how many people he could have infected or in the worst case, killed.

Orang Asli: Forced by State Authorities to Pick Village or Forest

Orang Asli told a town hall meeting yesterday that they were forced by the state authorities to choose between keeping their village land or the KLNRF.

Anthony Loke Admits DAP Still Can’t Parry Rivals’ Claim That Party Is Against Malays

Rivals have successfully painted the party by using it as a “punching bag” for all their issues.

Chin Tong: The End Is Nigh for Muhyiddin

Muhyiddin Yassin has miscalculated his steps in trying to consolidate power for his PN coalition and is now in danger of losing everything.