Monday, March 1, 2021

Editor's Pick

Throw out your throwaway culture, green group urges global corporations

Saving the seas from single-use plastic can’t be done by consumers alone.

I have big support, Muhyiddin says as he marks first year as PM

He maintains that he still possesses majority support, rejecting accusations that the state of emergency was a ploy to remain in power.

2 PKR MPs quit, declare support for Muhyiddin in blow to party

The decision ends weeks of speculation about their frustration with PKR chief Anwar Ibrahim.

Online shift makes body shaming easier than ever

A psychologist warns of the negative effects of such acts while a lawyer says legal action can be taken as it is considered a criminal offence.

Throwing stones won’t help, educationists say on teacher with ‘bad English’

They say mispronunciations should be corrected through positive reinforcement, and that mocking others for their English won't improve anything.

Suami isteri pengusaha van tak sabar tunggu sekolah dibuka

Berita mengenai pembukaan semula sesi persekolahan pada 1 Mac depan bagaikan “cahaya di hujung terowong” kepada pasangan pengusaha van sekolah yang memutuskan untuk pulang...

Husband-wife van drivers can’t wait for schools to open again

Ismail Raja Mat and his wife Norhayati Muda have bills piling up and children who need to be fed.

Controversial highway project set to go ahead despite growing protests?

Critics say the PJD Link is almost identitcal to the Kidex project cancelled amid strong opposition in 2015.

End to Ku Nan’s era as Khairy tipped to contest in Putrajaya?

This comes as Umno number two Mohamad Hasan eyes a parliamentary debut through the Rembau federal seat in Negeri Sembilan.

Speaker Art Harun shocked by friends who ‘unfriended’ him

The former lawyer opens up about himself, including how his appointment as Dewan Rakyat speaker has taken a personal toll.

It’s not just about patent rights, expert says on ways to make Covid jabs cheaper

India's Serum Institute offers a good example of overcoming the problem of vaccine exclusivity during the current health emergency.

MIC leader questions ‘fickle-minded’ Umno chiefs

MIC deputy president M Saravanan says the party will only decide based on discussions in Barisan Nasional.

Other News

Educationists hail return to school as debate continues over health concerns

While many remain concerned over the high number of Covid-19 infections, others especially from the B40 group say they have been struggling to follow home-based learning.

Back to school for preschoolers, Standard 1 and 2 pupils

Vocational colleges will also reopen today following their closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Trump hints he may run for president again in 2024

He also rules out starting a new political party in a speech to conservatives.

Sokong lompat parti tetapi bersyarat?

Tindakan melompat parti ini sememangnya menepati hak asasi seorang wakil rakyat yang dipilih.

US kids could receive vaccine by year-end, says White House pandemic adviser Fauci

Children in high school should be able to get the vaccines 'sometime this fall', although data is still being compiled on their safety and efficacy for younger children who may not receive the jabs until late 2021 or early 2022, he says.