Groups disappointed with start of Penang reclamation project
The Consumers Association of Penang and Sahabat Alam Malaysia appeal to the federal and state governments, citing the effect that the project might have on the fishing community.
MPs urged to declare interests as consumer body slams 'tobacco industry antics'
The Consumers Association of Penang says the Control of Tobacco Product and Smoking Bill 2022 is long overdue.
MPs across the board urged to support govt's tobacco endgame plan
The Consumers Association of Penang says the taxes earned from tobacco products pale in comparison with the cost of treating chronic smoking-related diseases.
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.
Amnesty, not arrests, needed for undocumented migrants, govt told
CAP says human life and the containment of Covid-19 should be the main concern, not the document a person holds.
Consumers group calls for halt to cattle imports from Thailand over reports of skin disease
The Consumers Association of Penang cites a report stating that more than 6,700 animals in Thailand have been affected so far.
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.
Govt told to address surge in laptop prices as online learning takes hold
Consumer pressure group CAP warns that the free tablets and laptops from the government will only cater for 3% of the student population.
The toxic risks of mining rare earths
The Malaysian experience and its toxic legacy is a sobering reminder and Kedah should learn from it.
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