Selangor water flowing again for now, but illegal factories still dumping
Decade-long investigations not stopping heartless polluters from sullying local rivers with illegal waste.
Bulk of 3.1 million workers in 3 sectors can go to office ahead of WFH rule
Miti says only 25% of the total workforce should work from home, with some exceptions.
Bright lights ahead for one-time rubber plantation turned city?
Economist sees Subang Jaya, Selangor's newest city, as having great potential for growth.
Backup water source in the pipeline, minister says as taps run dry again
But Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says pollution will continue as long as there are perpetrators.
Forests under-represented and under attack, green groups say
Peka says Malaysia's natural forest cover is nearer to 18% than it is to the public target of 50%.
Have clear plan, don’t grasp at straws, green groups say on plastics ban
The Roadmap Towards Zero Single-Use Plastic 2018-2030 doesn't seem to be leading anywhere specific, they say.
Going green or just greenwash? Group warns against gimmicks by big businesses
Environmentalist says many corporations don't walk the talk, and just want to put up a front to show their love for the planet.
Buy smart, the millennial’s guide to the housing market
Phones are no longer the only smart products being sought by millennials.
The ‘hidden epidemic’ lurking behind everyday life
Mental health disorders, brought to the fore by the outbreak of Covid-19, are still a taboo topic for many.
27 years after tower collapse, hill projects still on a slippery slope
Scores of fatal landslides are still occurring across the country.
Owners insist SOPs in place after Covid-19 cases risk emptying malls again
Footfall is already on the decline despite the earlier revival in traffic after nearly three months of lockdown across the country.
Property market shaky now but not on last legs yet
The property market is a cycle which, given enough time, will rebound, experts say.