Back to the basics after 2 years of pandemic-era school
The basic foundation of reading, writing and counting must be laid before students can progress to the next level, says educationist.
Malaysians working in Singapore dream of borders reopening
The border closures have jeopardised the income of many, who eagerly await a chance to get their jobs back.
Looking back at the pandemic
While it may feel like the pandemic will continue forever, there will come a day when it ends.
Trade and industry ministry assures no total lockdown if Covid cases spike
Mohamed Azmin Ali says his ministry will take a targeted approach by closing only the industries affected with the focus on getting employees vaccinated.
No more MCOs despite Covid spike, says recovery council
MPN chairman Muhyiddin Yassin says there is 'no turning back anymore'.
Industries must keep up Covid SOPs to avoid shutdowns, says Azmin
He says companies and industries are also encouraged to continue regular inspections and tests.
The state of pandemic education, two years on
While gaps remain in learning despite the return to the physical classroom, cooperation from all quarters could be enough to bridge the gulfs and help students make up for the time lost to Covid-19.
No more MCO, just stricter border controls, says Hishammuddin
Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says the majority of Omicron cases in the country comprise those returning from overseas.
Industry players jittery while awaiting govt’s response to Omicron
They voice the most concern over the possibility of more lockdowns and border closures.
Anxiety in tourism sector as Omicron sparks lockdown memories
While no such measures have yet been announced, an economist says any return of a movement control order will affect economic growth as seen before.
The man who stood his ground against AirAsia
Nagendran did everything within his power to ensure that he received a refund for the nearly RM5,000 he had spent on tickets after the flight was cancelled.
Over 5,000 divorces reported in Sarawak during MCO
Reasons include misunderstandings, financial issues, drug addiction, and being hot-tempered or depressed.