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Punishments must fit the crime

Punishments must fit the crime

BY: MIZAN HAMZAH A few Malaysian netizens have voiced their concern over the punishment meted out on offenders which they feel are not commensurate with the crime and this sort of sentencing has them wondering how a judge or magistrate arrives at their decision. In...
Code of ethics for journalists

Code of ethics for journalists

The Communications Ministry through the Information Department has launched the “Malaysian Code of Ethics for Journalists” as a guideline for media practitioners to carry out their duties in a much more professional manner. The guidelines in this dossier...
Reinventing Port Dickson as a seaside resort

Reinventing Port Dickson as a seaside resort

In line with the state government’s aim to make 2026 Visit Negeri Sembilan Year, plans are afoot to transform the seaside resort of Port Dickson into a premier tourist destination in the country that attracts hordes of visitors. The proposals on the drawing...
Malaysians feeling the pinch once again

Malaysians feeling the pinch once again

BY: FARA NADIRAH Every year, once the Chinese New Year festivities and celebrations are concluded, there will be in place a round of price increases for goods and services and this year is no different as businesses hike prices accordingly. All along, Malaysians have...
Soaring temperatures for 2024

Soaring temperatures for 2024

The prediction by the Academy of Sciences Malaysia is that in all likelihood the year 2024 will beat the year 2023 as the warmest year in the world but Malaysians are unprepared for soaring temperatures across the country. According to the European Union’s...