Personal statement on leaving Malaysia Airlines — Peter Bellew

OCTOBER 18 — Malaysia Airlines is special. Not just an airline but one of the earliest symbols of the vibrancy of this amazing country. People who have never flown in their life love it. Most...

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Getting to the nub of homelessness — Neo Yu Wei and Ng Kok Hoe

OCTOEBR 18 — In March this year, we were part of a group of social workers and volunteers who conducted a street survey at night to enumerate and interview people sleeping on the...

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Mogadishu bomb attack cowardly, barbaric — Wan Azizah Wan Ismail

OCTOBER 17 — The truck bomb which was detonated in central Mogadishu, which has claimed 300 lives and injured 300 more, is vile, cowardly and barbaric.  The architects of this attack, the...

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Getting the balance right on Singapore’s presidency — Lee Kok Fatt

OCTOBER 17 — Halimah Yacob became Singapore’s first-ever female president last month. She is also Singapore’s first Malay president in 47 years – the preceding Malay president, Yusof...

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The shocking #MeToo deluge — Dharm Navaratnam

OCTOBER 17 — Over the last few days, social media and in particular Facebook, has been flooded with the MeToo hashtag or #MeToo. For those not in the know, #MeToo is an avenue for women all...

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The hidden suffering of poultry — Sahabat Alam Malaysia

The Malaysian Indian Blueprint (MIB): Adopting a multidimensional approach — NS Rajendran

On the detention of Mustafa Akyol — G25 Malaysia

Love for landfills is based on fear of new solutions — Mohamad Fauzi Taqiyudin Jamal

Hydrogen a more sustainable bet for Singapore’s energy future — Jason Tan Han Wei

Pharmacists and consumers on the same page — Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society

Nothing shameful to let Asian values triumph — M Kayveas

Proposed Pharmacy Bill is unjustified — SM Mohamed Idris

CENTHRA applauds Malaysia’s actions on Rohingya crisis — Azril Mohd Amin

China looking to seize a slice of global aviation pie — Adam Minter

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