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  • As panic over US vape deaths mounts, Malaysia’s new laws may prove far more toxic — Jo Furnival

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    As panic over US vape deaths mounts, Malaysia’s new laws may prove far more toxic — Jo Furnival

  • How does the late Khoo Kay Kim foster a united Malaysia? — Rais Hussin

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    How does the late Khoo Kay Kim foster a united Malaysia? — Rais Hussin

  • Breaking gender barriers — End pregnancy discrimination! — Izzura Izhar

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    Breaking gender barriers — End pregnancy discrimination! — Izzura Izhar

  • LTTE arrests: The applicable law — Hafiz Hassan

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    LTTE arrests: The applicable law — Hafiz Hassan

  • Reduced threshold a good move but more could be done — Mohd Ariff Mohd Daud

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    Reduced threshold a good move but more could be done — Mohd Ariff Mohd Daud

  • The private sector proposals to acquire PLUS — Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim

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    The private sector proposals to acquire PLUS — Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim

  • Targeted petrol subsidy: A more progressive solution — Mohd Ariff Mohd Daud

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    Targeted petrol subsidy: A more progressive solution — Mohd Ariff Mohd Daud

  • A Malay-centric 2020 Budget — Jasmine Cho

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    A Malay-centric 2020 Budget — Jasmine Cho

  • The case for extending maternity leave to three months — Dharm Navaratnam

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    The case for extending maternity leave to three months — Dharm Navaratnam

  • A real investment in public health ― Chan Li Jin

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    A real investment in public health ― Chan Li Jin

  • Budget 2020: A Budget for Malaysians ― Harjit Singh Sidhu

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    Budget 2020: A Budget for Malaysians ― Harjit Singh Sidhu

  • The collapse of ISIL: Are women innocent? — Aizat Shamsuddin

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    The collapse of ISIL: Are women innocent? — Aizat Shamsuddin

  • Abolition of mandatory death penalty should happen in this parliamentary session ― Charles Hector

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    Abolition of mandatory death penalty should happen in this parliamentary session ― Charles Hector

  • Sharing the prosperity with poorer states — Izzura Izhar and Mohd Ariff Mohd Daud

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    Sharing the prosperity with poorer states — Izzura Izhar and Mohd Ariff Mohd Daud

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  • Historic IPCMC Bill ― Hafiz Hassan

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    Historic IPCMC Bill ― Hafiz Hassan

    OCTOBER 8 ― A historic moment it was. When Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Mohamad Ariff Md Yusoff decided to refer the Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct Commission...

  • Costly to demolish Penang's existing buildings for bus or tram system  — Joshua Woo

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    Costly to demolish Penang's existing buildings for bus or tram system — Joshua Woo

    OCTOBER 7 — As Penang is gearing up to construct the Light Rail Transit (LRT), civic group Penang Forum organised a forum called “Penang Light Rail Transit: A Solution or...

  • When teachers abuse children — Amar-Singh HSS

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    When teachers abuse children — Amar-Singh HSS

    OCTOBER 6 — I must start by saying that I have the utmost respect for teachers. Teachers have shaped me and enabled me to grow and become who I am.  They have offered me...

  • Grab drivers need more transparency from company — Sophie Shakur

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    Grab drivers need more transparency from company — Sophie Shakur

    OCTOBER 6 — As a Grab driver, I have a mixed experience participating in ride e-hailing.  It was awkward to change from working in an office to drive Grab and spend most of...

  • Climate change: An unstoppable movement takes hold — Antonio Guterres

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    Climate change: An unstoppable movement takes hold — Antonio Guterres

    OCTOBER 4 — On the eve of the September UN Climate Action Summit, young women and men around the world mobilised by the millions and told global leaders: “You are failing...

  • Time for oil and gas to back Malaysia’s employment breakthrough strategy — Rebecca Ponton

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    Time for oil and gas to back Malaysia’s employment breakthrough strategy — Rebecca Ponton

    OCTOBER 4 — When the International Monetary Fund’s Christine Lagarde spoke at the University of Malaya recently, she highlighted the need to improve career opportunities for...

  • The bitter pill — Rais Hussin

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    The bitter pill — Rais Hussin

    OCTOBER 3 — Right from our days bouncing on our mother’s knees we’ve been taught that medicine tastes bad but we must swallow it for our own good. The austerity mindset...

  • Pax Asiana — Rais Hussin

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    Pax Asiana — Rais Hussin

    OCTOBER 1 — Looking back at the fading era of Pax Americana, namely, the so-called peace enjoyed in the wake of the global dominance of the United States, it appears to be...

  • Once again, Kampung Baru is hitting the news — Farah Fahmy

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    Once again, Kampung Baru is hitting the news — Farah Fahmy

    OCTOBER 1 — The government, through Minister for Federal Territories Khalid Samad, has made an offer to buy Kampung Baru land from its residents at a price of RM850 per square...

  • Against anarchism — Nasrul Akim

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    Against anarchism — Nasrul Akim

    SEPTEMBER 30 — The recent chatter regarding arrest of “activist” Khalid Mohd Ismath over tweets insulting the royal institution in Malaysia is certainly ironic. After all,...

  • Budget 2020: What is expected? — Ramon Navaratnam

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    Budget 2020: What is expected? — Ramon Navaratnam

    SEPTEMBER 30 — Budget 2020 will be tabled in Parliament on October 11. This will be the second budget of the new Pakatan Harapan government, after 60 years of Barisan...

  • Firemen's tragedy: Do the right thing — Satiman Abdul Hamid

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    Firemen's tragedy: Do the right thing — Satiman Abdul Hamid

    SEPTEMBER 30 — As an ex-fireman who was based in Perak at the time, I was deeply saddened and disturbed when I read about the deaths of my former colleagues. Last year, six...

  • Time to get the basics right! — Ashvin Khorana

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    Time to get the basics right! — Ashvin Khorana

    SEPTEMBER 30 — Most of us who choose to travel with a budget airline are willing to compromise on the luxuries as we are focused on the destination instead of the journey...

  • Children of a lesser god — Rais Hussin

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    Children of a lesser god — Rais Hussin

    SEPT 29 — At its annual General Assembly Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan delivered an impassioned plea for intervention by the UN in Kashmir, and warned of the...

  • Housing remains the best business in Malaysia — Saleh Mohammed

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    Housing remains the best business in Malaysia — Saleh Mohammed

    SEPTEMBER 29 — I can accept if they say the national debt is RM1 trillion after considering contingent liabilities. But to say the value of unsold units in the high-end housing...

  • Carpe Diem —Rais Hussin

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    Carpe Diem —Rais Hussin

    SEPTEMBER 29 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed took the centre stage at the UNGA yesterday with a powerful message for world peace and equality for all people. He did not neglect to...

  • We voted for lions, not mice — Fadhli Abd Rahman

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    We voted for lions, not mice — Fadhli Abd Rahman

    SEPTEMBER 27 — When Pakatan Harapan secured power in GE14, many voters expected the beginning of the end for the massive government-business crony complex that had long been...

  • Analogue to digital: Don’t see static — Zanisa S

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    Analogue to digital: Don’t see static — Zanisa S

    SEPTEMBER 26 — With the looming first series of analogue switch-off (ASO) around the corner, households that consume analogue terrestrial television will need to be mindful of...

  • Today is World Contraception Day — John Teo

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    Today is World Contraception Day — John Teo

    SEPTEMBER 26 — World Contraception Day was launched 12 years ago today in 2007. The day’s mission is to improve awareness of all contraceptive methods available and enable...