The state of pandemic education, two years on
While gaps remain in learning despite the return to the physical classroom, cooperation from all quarters could be enough to bridge the gulfs and help students make up for the time lost to Covid-19.
Bereft by floods and failed by system, ‘small people’ struggle alone
In Hulu Langat, many who applied for government assistance have been denied due to a variety of reasons.
Floods leave farmers drowning in losses
While many have chalked up losses amounting to hundreds of thousands of ringgit, there are no government provisions providing flood aid for farmers.
Chasing the American dream but holding on to memories of Malaysia: A family’s life story on video
Vloggers Logesh and Rachel stress the significance of being grounded in culture.
Tough job market in 2021 to see more fresh grads turning to civil service?
While the starting pay might be low, other factors such as job security, allowances and benefits help make a career in the civil service an attractive option.
Big bad losses as millions of books destroyed in flood
While most of them will be sent for recycling, it is still a blow to BookXcess founder Andrew Yap.
Keeping Christmas traditions alive in Melaka’s Portuguese settlement
Despite the Covid-19 restrictions that remain in place, the villagers are eager to celebrate Christmas in full traditional swing.
Car wash, motorcycle repair shop offer free help for flood victims
While they can't give much in terms of money, they are happy to offer their services to those whose vehicles have been affected by the floods.
Selangor MB’s ‘Monday’ announcement too far away for desperate flood victims
They say many are in immediate need of the RM1,000 cash aid promised by the government.
Race makes no difference as Klang Valley mosques welcome flood victims
They say no one should be left behind in times of crisis.
Respectful or inappropriate? Teachers give their two cents on ‘second parent titles’
Some have no problem being called 'father' or 'mother' while others say this could open the door to issues such as sexual grooming.
Sewing machine brings new hope for wheelchair-bound woman
K Ilavarasi may finally be able to realise her dream of earning a living and being independent.