The return Chin Peng's ashes to Malaysia sparks a controversy.
The Sungai Petani anti-pollution group are still waiting to meet their MP over illegal recycling factories.
It appears that PH has not learnt from Umno's mistakes.
The exchange programme between the Malaysian and Saudi education ministries has come as a surprise.
Only hypocrites who condone racism would consider Wong Yan Ke's actions criminal.
Teachers accused of abusing their students must be made to face the law, not moved to other schools.
The inaction over the pollution in Sungai Petani, Kedah, shows that a serious communication problem exists between MPs and their ministers in Putrajaya.
Residents protesting against pollution have twice been rebuffed, while the executive councillor has not responded.
Maria Chin Abdullah has raised awareness of the workings of the shariah courts which, divorced Muslim women will tell you, need to be improved.
Instead of just one day of celebration, we should build on our unity and the contributions of each race every day.
Federal Territories Minister Khalid Samad must come clean on the lift accident at the Kampung Kerinchi PPR flats.
Is Mahathir still impressed with the performance of the Perak MB?
Logging activities are destroying the Orang Asli ancestral lands, contaminating their water supply and depriving them of their source of food.
The only purpose of gutter politics is to make people question the character of the victim and consider his suitability for the role he plays in public life.
It's not a demand for compensation or a stand against development, but a call to protect the rights of fishermen and to safeguard the environment.
For decades, the Orang Asli have been marginalised, their rights ignored by successive state governments.
Did the state government ignore the rights of the Orang Asli in order to reap the benefits of logging?
Sand mining, should it occur, will take a huge toll on both the people and the environment.
Our duty is to provide professional help to those in need of it, coupled with emotional support from family and friends.
It is difficult to keep up with the number of universities in Malaysia as they keep mushrooming.
If the top have no integrity, why should we expect the staff who are lower in the pecking order to act with honesty and perform their work with diligence?
Ambika MA Shan's acquittal might give prospective employers free rein to abuse their maids because they know they will not be punished.
The Permata programme for early childhood development has been rebranded as 'Genius', but whether the programme itself will undergo any change remains to be seen.
Malaysians are familiar with deaths in custody as well as the police's stock phrases to explain them.