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If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes the entire world to nurture a sustainable planet.
A community development platform seeks to draw out the artist in Penangites.
Groundbreaking medical advancement means the hearing impaired can now have hope.
We need to safeguard ourselves against the onslaught of “alternative facts”.
With the dialect in danger of disappearing, passionate parties step up and take charge.
Poetry and art go hand-in-hand in "Reading Art".
Sculptor Anthony Lau has an insatiable thirst for the unknown.
Turning one’s passion into a career is a bold step few of us dare take.
Sabah's rivers get a community-driven rejuvenation.
From Oxford to Chantilly, Penang is being positioned as an economic model and an intelligent city.
With a myriad of festivals happening in Malaysia annually, one man decides to catalogue them.
Malaysian-Australian writer, poet, musician and spoken word artist Omar Musa talks about identity and art.
It's time to talk about the future of planning in Penang.
Penang invests in people taking risks in the region’s newest industry
As we mark the half century since the end of local government elections in Malaysia, we look back at events that led to its demise – most importantly, the Athi Nahappan Report.
Turmoil in the 1960s spelled the end of local government elections in Penang, and throughout a fledgling Malaysia. Find out more about what transpired in the second part of our two-parter on local elections.
A large number of Sabah’s inhabitants are saddled with a complicated legal status. They have been tolerated by locals albeit with some disdain, but of late, tension has been mounting.
Malaysian Art's prodigal son is back at his former brilliance, only much greater and with sublime consciousness.
There is much stigma against Jebat, but it is a reputation that has long expired.
Capital FM, Malaysia's only English radio station for women, heads north.
The Labour Party’s rise and fall in George Town's municipal council is worth some retrospection.
The Penang Legal Aid Centre seeks to give the underprivileged a fair trial.
In the wake of Malaysia Airlines's massive third quarter losses, senior vice president for global sales and distribution Duncan Bureau has his work cut out for him.
Think you know a lot about talented and persevering writer/cartoonist Boey Cheeming? Well, here's more.
Though much has changed in KL, the city holds on to its history.
Languages in schools is a divisive issue, but that doesn't change the fact that English is crucial to development.
Peninsular Malaysia can learn a lot from East Malaysia's easy multiculturalism.
Will the recent crisis in the coastal zone in the eastern part of Sabah affect our oil palm development?
Ambiga Sreenevasan on civil society and why "Malaysians are a great people."
For development to truly benefit everyone, consensus must be achieved among the community, private businesses and the government.
The upgrading of Penang Hill moves slowly and cautiously for good reason.
On December 1, 1951, Penang made history by holding its first ever municipal election.
The next general election is around the corner. Will it be a fair one?
In transforming Penang into a city of the future, public participation is key.
Highlights of what’s been happening the past month.
Disabled persons can still contribute to the nation’s economy, if we let them.
Engineer Liaw Yew Ping has lived a long and storied life, culminating in the Penang Bridge, his most iconic project.