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Focus on the joy of learning

BY: AFIF AMJADUZZAHWI Education in Malaysia, especially at primary school and secondary level, has been subject to much politicking by the various stakeholders in the country and is in disarray but educationists are calling for students to just focus on the joy of...

Schools should be beacons of unity

BY: KARTIK SUBRAMANIAM While the issue of whether there exists or whether unity is being practised in Malaysian schools cropped up among the stakeholders of education, the bare fact is that unity must thrive in schools for the betterment of the country. There are...

Is so much enforcement necessary?

BY: ERIC HO A friend got a call from PDRM asking her if she had obstructed traffic with her car at a certain place and time. She recalled that at that time and place it would have been her brother who had borrowed her car being responsible and told the police she...

Malays decide the fate of this nation

BY: CHRISTOPHER FERNANDEZ Although Malaysian Chinese and Malaysian Indians are also part of the citizenry of the country, they are side stepped from the decision making processes that determine the fate of this nation, and are often deemed as second and third class...

Look closer home for English teachers

In a meeting with his Singapore counterpart, prime minister Mr Lawrence Wong, Malaysian prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim requested for English teachers from Singapore to be dispatched to strengthen the declining standards of the language in Malaysia. While the...

Struggling to make ends meet

BY: NINA AMIRAH Malaysians of all walks of life are once again struggling to make ends meet and, while there was some pick up and signs of life to the economy last year, these past six months have been a time of great concern for people. Trying to butter their bread...

A RM200 million allocation for TVET

The National Association of Private Educational Institutions declared that a RM200 million allocation by the government to the newly launched National Technical and Vocational Education and Training Policy 2030 or TVET is a welcome move. They stated that the funds...

Cruelty towards farmed livestock appalling

Malaysia has been given an 'E' grade in the animal husbandry practices sector for its appalling cruel treatment of farmed livestock in the country by the Australian based Voiceless Animal Cruelty Index or VACI. VACI is an authority on animal welfare in about fifty...

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Focus on the joy of learning

Focus on the joy of learning

BY: AFIF AMJADUZZAHWI Education in Malaysia, especially at primary school and secondary level, has been subject to much politicking by the various stakeholders in the country and is in disarray but educationists are calling for students to just...

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Dutch Lady factory to commence operations

Dutch Lady factory to commence operations

Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd's (DLMI) RM540 million manufacturing facility in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, is located on a 13.2ha site in the Bandar Enstek halal hub and is set to commence full operations in July, 2024. DLMI, which is the country's...

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Malaysia badly needs more psychiatrists

Malaysia badly needs more psychiatrists

According to the National Health & Morbidity Survey 2023, more than a million Malaysians over the age of 15 are experiencing depression and what is of concern is that more than half the patients exhibit self harming behaviour and suicidal tendencies. In January 2022, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that around 264 million people...

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MM2H Hub opens at Motac

MM2H Hub opens at Motac

The one stop My Malaysia Second Home (MM2H) service centre has commenced operations at Level 1 of the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry or Motac in Putrajaya following the closure of the previous service centre at the Immigration Department. The one stop service centre offers a full range of services at their counters including pass extension...

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Focus on the joy of learning

Focus on the joy of learning

BY: AFIF AMJADUZZAHWI Education in Malaysia, especially at primary school and secondary level, has been subject to much politicking by the various stakeholders in the country and is in disarray but educationists are calling for students to just focus on the joy of learning. But how can a student, who is a victim of those with vested political interest, be able to focus on the joy of learning when they are faced with frequent and constant changes to the curriculum by those who hold power. For...

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Environmental destruction in Cameron Highlands

Environmental destruction in Cameron Highlands

BY: AKMAL AZIZ The Sultan of Pahang has advised all parties involved to seriously look into the issue of environmental destruction in Cameron Highlands and stated that the pristine conditions of the hill station must be maintained. The call by the Sultan follows numerous complaints of the fact that Cameron Highlands now is an overbuilt environment subject to much land clearing and tree felling that have caused the temperature to rise. In current times, there are people residing on the highlands using air conditioners when the temperature rises and, not just due to global warming, other more important factors include the establishment of...

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