Tuesday, April 25, 2017
It was just an academic exercise, says a senior university official, and it was never banned. So how does the university explain this notice found pasted in the Berita Kampus newsroom? Is the notice part of the review process/academic...
Do you know that 24 per cent of Malaysian households are struggling to make ends meet, earning less than RM1,500 a month? The figure would be higher if you define "low income" as households with a monthly income of...
A Pakatan state assembly member has urged the Penang state government to opt for rail transit instead of blowing RM8bn on more road infrastructure. Good on Sim Tze Tzin for adding his voice to the rail transport lobby....
Support the cause for press freedom. This is an announcement from a string of civil society groups. I must say it is refreshing to see more new groups joining in the struggle for media freedom in Malaysia. What we...
RPK supporters waiting anxiously outside the court room. Photo by [email protected] Federal Court hearing re RPK's ISA detention
Yesterday I heard on the radio news (one of the Astro channels, I think) that the BN had 30,000 supporters accompanying their candidate on nomination day. The Pas candidate could just muster 15,000 supporters, the newscaster said. But Raja Petra,...
... what about Proton Personas? They seem quite popular. Or if you don't want Protons, how about Myvis? I hear they are quite reliable and low maintenance. While most of the country is bracing for an economic downturn, exco members in...
So how can low-income workers afford to buy homes? There is real shortfall of affordable housing in Penang, especially on the island. On the other hand, developers have been falling over themselves to build high-end condos and houses for the upper-middle...
The Last Ceramah: Close to 60,000 people turned up for the big one. This was the scene at around 9.45pm on a wet night. Now you know why I turned back! 0020: Huge traffic jams after the ceramah ends. The...
This one takes the cake! Instead of finding out the real reason these children are "underprivileged", the response is a typical bandaid kind of assistance. Maybe The Loaf might be interested in participating in this venture under its Corporate...
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