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Gender discrimination alive and well

By Pauline Wong Almost 15 years ago, eight women lost their jobs operating machines in a plastic manufacturing company. …

Private universities suffering quality concerns, says think tank

Private university graduates have “ongoing quality concerns”, a Penang-based think-tank has revealed today. Based on 2013 data from the  Education …

New anti-terrorism act: Curing the symptoms, not the disease

By Pauline Wong Two years ago, 26-year-old Ahmad Tarmimi Maliki became Malaysia’s first suicide bomber. The factory worker is …

DAP: Customs must stop harassing small businesses

Amidst the confusion surrounding the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the behaviour of Customs Department officers have come under …

‘Longest’ zero-rated and exempt GST list shows M’sia not ready for new tax

As complains flood in over the Goods and Services Tax (GST), a DAP lawmaker has laid the blame on …

DAP revives media council idea to defend press freedom

In view of the recent arrests and detention of journalists for allegedly publishing false content, the DAP has revived the …

Selling of 1MDB energy arm shows ‘flip-flop’ in decision-making: DAP

The indecisiveness in which the beleaguered 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) showed in its attempts to restructure itself proves that …

Anifah Aman no more on Kit Siang’s list of possible Prime Ministers

DAP Parliamentary Leader Lim Kit Siang today took Foreign Minister Anifah Aman’s name off the list of potential Prime Minister …

NGO calls on the public to help support jailed Perak coup protestors

Non-governmental organisation (NGO) Engage have reached out for public help in support of jailed Perak coup protesters and their families. “The …

The arrested five are heroes of press freedom

By Lim Guan Eng, Secretary General of the DAP Malaysian media activists have proven they will not be cowed …