Mega project leaves villagers with nowhere to go
Villagers say the East Coast Rail Link project will cut through their neighbourhood and destroy their family homes.
Hold the snake and say 'cheese!'
Snake breeder Waliyuddin Jali shares his passion for exotic animals with as many people as he can.
A village's story of 'independence'
The residents of Kampung Melayu Bumi Hijau recall their struggle to save their village, and voice gratitude for the home they have now.
In the miniature world of terrariums
Abdul Aziz Majid explains the art of terrarium-making and how best to enjoy them.
The 'stolen public park' in Selangor MB's constituency
Residents of Taman Selayang Indah are up in arms over the noise and odour caused by the use of a park area for animals.
Waiting and hoping for citizenship
Wong Choo Kian's family has lived in a Felda settlement for four generations but both of his young sons are considered stateless.
Going with the flow in the world of paragliding
Paragliding instructor Ikhwan Azillah tells of the early days of the activity in Malaysia and his hope for the future.
The hope of becoming a Malaysian
A stateless youth and his grandmother tell of their long struggle for him to be called a Malaysian citizen.
'Just do it': A woman lorry driver's advice to girls
Kahmani Murugan believes in the importance of chasing dreams, no matter what others may say.
A plea to the govt from ex-Sosma detainee
Mustaza Abdul Rahman speaks of his experience in detention under Sosma and urges the government to review the punishments meted out under the law.
No future for Orang Asli youth
Village leaders worry about their young people who cannot find jobs in the city but have no prospects at home.
PN's Raya open house in Shah Alam
Perikatan Nasional leaders exude confidence for the coming state polls after tens of thousands throng the coalition's Hari Raya open house in Shah Alam.