Monday, October 26, 2020

Editor's Pick

Give me liberty, and death too?

Today's royal command is the next best thing to a state of emergency to stop our disruptive politicians.

After Agong’s reminder, Mat Sabu calls for change of govt, then retracts

The Amanah president retracts his statement seen as conflicting with a call by the Agong to desist from politicking.

Agong rules no emergency, but warns politicians out to disrupt stability

The king says politicians should immediately cease any politicking that could disrupt the stability of the nation's administration.

823 new cases, 8 more deaths

Death toll from Covid-19 rises to 229.

Other health risks arise for kids from poor families as Covid-19 shuts schools

Schools across the country are closing as Covid-19 cases increase, but this has deprived students from low-income families of the only nutritious meals they get.

Graduates trade job market scrum for the world of micro-business

More youngsters are turning to social media and the internet to launch their own businesses.

Cases soar to new high of 1,228

The health ministry also announced another seven deaths today.

Landing stories – and then some: A journalist’s bout with Covid-19

A journalist chasing stories on the Sabah polls tells of how his disregard for SOPs gave him more than he bargained for.

Darurat dipertimbang selepas rayuan ‘beremosi’ pegawai atasan untuk kestablian politik ketika kematian Covid-19 meningkat

Darurat itu akan menggantung semua proses politik tetapi kehidupan harian berjalan seperti biasa.

State of emergency looms as top officials make emotional plea for stability

But it would aim to suspend all political processes, with daily routines allowed to continue.

Should political leaders carry a ‘best before’ date?

'When times are good, voters usually prefer candidates who have been in the game a long time.'

DAP leader rejects working with Umno amid talk of post-royal audience meeting

This is the second statement in a week by a senior DAP leader, further confirming that Anwar Ibrahim does not have a strong majority.

Other News

Are campaigning politicians essential workers?

The police, first responders and key transportation and food workers in jobs that cannot be done remotely are usually considered essential workers.

Some people still believe pandemic a hoax, refuse to wear masks

Some anti-maskers are reacting violently when asked to wear masks on planes or in supermarkets.

Bekas penyerang Brazil Ronaldinho positif Covid-19

Bagaimapun beliau tidak menunjukkan sebarang gejala setakat ini.

Enough with self-serving politicians

Hopefully, these politicians will take heed of the Agong's call for them to suspend their politicking and not to derail the 2021 budget in Parliament.

Happily ever after for sexual minorities

We have become accustomed to tragic stories of sexual minorities, but it is also true that they can sometimes simply be happy if they are accepted.