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A wet market is always loud, frenetic, dirty and, well, very wet.
The federal government’s murky budgeting practices have serious consequences.
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate – that shouldn't even be a question.
A hike across Pulau Jerejak reveals remnants of the past.
For a public transport system to succeed, both pull and push factors are needed.
Gertak Sanggul is a world of its own.
Sjovald Hoseason Cunyngham-Brown was a civil servant, soldier, adventurer, activist and more.
While many governments are moving towards renewable energy sources, Malaysia seems bent on going nuclear.
We take a look at the South China Sea situation and assess the pivotal role that we can potentially play.
For an unforgettable (and also affordable) experience travelling around Europe, Bram Tan recommends you go old school, get a tent and go camping.
Ambiga Sreenevasan and Ratna Osman discuss child marriage and statutory rape.
Macalister Mansion seamlessly melds heritage with contemporary design.
Are Malaysians living in working poverty?
We take a closer look at the Economic Transformation Programme, and find many unanswered questions.
Some states are resisting the move to privatise solid waste management, and with good reason.
In April, a group of talented and politically-conscious musicians got together to spread the word on what our rights really are.
We look at some of the commodities that play a major role in Penang’s economy.
Think people, not place With professional migration becoming the norm, using per capita income to measure tie level of development of a state may be outmoded and misleading.