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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Mikha Chan


Praise for Kelantan’s plan to resolve illegal forest clearing

Kelantan Forestry Director Zahari Ibrahim has admitted 7,248ha of permanent forests have been cleared for agriculture and settlements.

Maria tells Ti: Go read the Constitution

Every Malaysian should have the right to vote, says Maria Chin.

Polls in March? That’s PM’s prerogative, says Salleh

Minister says Najib Razak is at present busy with 2017 Budget.

Festival’s search for meaning of independence

The Cooler Lumpur Festival's fourth consecutive year features talks on nature of independence, what it means 'to be truly independent'.

CHVRCHES raise the roof at Tiger Jams Centrestage

An explosive weekend at TREC KL also features Malaysian acts Rozella, Son Of A Policeman and Donamarie playing alongside other established South-East Asian bands.

Original Warhol pieces on display in KL exhibition

Andy Warhol: Social Circus by The Ryan Foundation aims to make iconic artist's legacy accessible to today's internet-driven young people.

TangkapMO1 rally organisers under investigation

Nine individuals involved in last weekend's rally have been called in for questioning, including DAP MP Teo Kok Seong and PKR Youth Chief Nik Nazmi.

9 dipanggil polis, penganjur #TangkapMO1 berdepan 3 dakwaan

Sembilan individu dipanggil untuk membantu siasatan berhubung himpunan #TangkapMO1 minggu lalu, termasuk wakil rakyat DAP, Teo Kok Seong dan Ketua Pemuda PKR, Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad.

Morgan: Movie Review

The heavy themes Morgan wrestles with may be a little too much for first-time feature director Luke Scott.

Major Malay-Kadazandusun film in the works

The film is an adaptation of "Tombiruo", a novel by Malaysian author Ramlee Awang Murshid, and will be spoken entirely in Malay and Kadazandusun.

M’sian premier rock fest Rockaway breaks 3-year hiatus

The rock festival will see the likes of Scorpions and Wings gracing the stage in an explosive two-event series.

Local-born band signs on with Creed discoverer

It's been a long and arduous journey for Beat The System, which has finally reached New York.

SPRM, Ahli Parlimen DAP sambar penipu unit PPR

Pelaku minta upah RM37,000 untuk "pintas" DBKL dan beli unit PPR bernilai RM42,000.

Conmen promising PPR units caught in sting operation

MACC officials, working with Segambut lawmaker Lim Lip Eng, catch the conmen in the act.

Suaram: Kerajaan lembab, keadaan di depot imigresen mengerikan

Sevan berkata, gesaan demi gesaan dibuat masyarakat supaya kerajaan mengambil tindakan proaktif, tetapi keadaan di pusat tahanan imigresen bertambah teruk sehingga mencapai tahap menyedihkan.

I act in nation’s interest, says Husam

He says he stays hopeful that the prime minister will not arrest those trying to recover the country's money.

Matthias: ‘Right govt’ will get award money

Former political secretary to Mahathir Mohamad explains what will happen to award money if 1MDB-related suit filed by him and Husam Musa in the US succeeds.

Teenage coder shocks local developers

Seventeen-year-old Manoj has become somewhat of a sensation in the local coding community.

Bangkit Dari Bayangan: Kisah seorang ulama perempuan

Dokumentari terbaru Norhayati Kaprawi menonjolkan perjuangan seorang wanita di Indonesia untuk diiktiraf sebagai seorang pemimpin agama.

Nadira Ilana: Influencing the Malaysian narrative

The Sabah-born filmmaker is tired of the racially-blinkered cultural narrative Malaysians are used to hearing, something she says that she 'cannot let fly' anymore.

Cuepacs slams suggested changes to pension scheme

Civil service union chief Azih Muda says KWAP CEO Wan Kamaruzaman cannot speak for the government about civil servants having to pay for their retirement income in place of a pension.

DAP’s ‘Superman’ quits party

It is for the greater good of the party, Hew Kuan Yau says.

JPJ: Unlicensed road users an increasing problem

Offenders often give the excuse that they do not have the money although they can get a motorcycle licence for RM299 under the MyLesen programme.

DAP’s ‘Superman’ slammed for defending China’s claims

The DAP firebrand has been soundly criticised for his Facebook post apparently supporting China's claims to the South China Sea.