Penang High Court Judge Datuk Zamani Abdul Rahim is hearing an urgent application for a revision of the seven-day remand order on 30 detained PSM activists. The application was submitted by Legal Aid Centre lawyers yesterday. The detainees are represented...
Housing prices in Penang and the rest of Malaysia are soaring beyond the reach of many Malaysians. While many property developers and speculators are laughing their way to the bank, many ordinary workers are struggling to buy their first...
The community of social science scholars and public intellectuals in Malaysia and Malaysianists are once again shocked and grieved, this time to hear of the untimely death of Khoo Khay Jin, a brilliant social scientist, a leading public intellectual...
The global recession is already creeping up on us with the spectre of job losses looming. Already, we hear multinational corporations here slowing down production, asking workers to take annual leave and going for planned shutdowns. No bonus, no...
The government has tabled an amendment to the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984, reports MP Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj. Jeyakumar reports: Not sure if they can get it passed by tomorrow evening. Parliament is on till 10.30pm tonight! Discussing the...