Sabah and Sarawak’s ‘no-entry’ list
We highlight the politicians, especially from the opposition, and activists from Peninsular Malaysia have been denied entry into Sabah and Sarawak.
Do we need to police our crimebusters?
The men in blue have come under greater public scrutiny lately, thanks to a spate of untoward incidents. Is the setting up of a commission to oversee the conduct of our policemen overdue?
Top tennis players coming to KL
The Malaysian Open kicks off on Sunday till Sept 28 at Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, and features some top names on the tennis circuit.
Realm of an art misfit
Artist Haze Long is behind many of the urbanscapes and 3D murals we see in the city. She challenges herself to recreate things in their most realistic form.
Opting for a fulfilling life
Dr Ong Kian Ming was a highly paid consultant before he took a huge pay cut to become a political researcher. He then plunged into full-time politics and has never looked back since.
A stroke followed by Alzheimer’s disease has robbed the writer’s mother of her vitality and more importantly, her memory.

PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu got rapped by a party colleague for suggesting that its clerics should “reform and upgrade” themselves.

Trendsetter for the textile industry

Searching for a treasure in the east

Going natural this X’mas
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