Free caged minds and stop building more zoos
Instead of building more zoos, we should focus on improving sub-standard establishments to ensure that they meet the necessary standards of housing, husbandry, welfare and health for the animals.
Holistic approach needed to tackle childhood stunting
Childhood stunting due to chronic undernutrition is a worrisome piece of news in our country, which claims to enjoy rapid economic growth, development and improvements in socio-economic status and the healthcare system.
The food security issues haunting Malaysia
The government should identify all of the problems in each of the sectors and formulate long-term solutions instead of addressing food security issues on a piecemeal basis.
Make sure that balconies of high-rise buildings are safe for children
To prevent any tragedies involving children and balconies, safety measures should be integrated into the structure of the building itself.
Celebrating Merdeka with a mindset reset
It is imperative that we recognise the growing threats to our society and take important measures to snuff out the agents of division and strengthen the unity of our nation.
Provisions for suicide prevention needed in lockdown plans
Never have Malaysians witnessed the despair of so many jobless, hungry and homeless people.
Stop food wastage during Ramadan
Instead of wasting food, Muslims should remember that fasting is an act of worship, a way to become more compassionate to those in need, and a chance to get closer to God.
Where i-Sinar went wrong
The economy should be stimulated through investments in areas that have been neglected, not through use of EPF savings in wasteful consumption.
Put an end to the tragic incidents at the SUKE highway project
So many incidents happening in such a short period of time should be a sign to the authorities that something is not right.
Time to rethink the culture of collecting and sharing personal data
Much of the information collected by companies is not even necessary for the running of its business, but many customers give it up without a second thought.
Making MySejahtera mandatory victimises the non-IT savvy and the poor
Consumers Association of Penang urges the government to reconsider the move, given the plight of the elderly and those who do not possess smartphones.
The need for a national housing policy
Rental and social housing should be prioritised to prevent large property overhangs.