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Cashing Out The Fixed Deposit – Sarawak

BN’s boast of Sarawak being its fixed deposit state is under serious challenge. Years of oppression and discrimination has …

“Dont listen to your Vice Chancellor”

by Chung Hosanna After 25 years of lecturing, Professor Dr Mohamad Tajuddin Mohamad Rasdi has come to the conclusion that …

Coming To Terms With Singapore

by TK Tan Johor’s love and hate relationship with Singapore is well known, with Johor mostly doing the disparaging. …

Prising the Fortress – Johor

Johor’s distinction as the stronghold for BN is about to end. The galore of issues swamping the southern state …

Closing the gap

Since 2008, Pakatan Rakyat’s team of newly-minted representatives have worked hard to close the gap between Penangites and their …

“Are we anti-Islam? We are anti-corruption”.

Penang state presents a unique demographic with a majority Chinese voter population and Malays following closely behind. A state …

Penang, Here and Now

Earning its maverick label, Penang voters have dared to go against the political tide even before the 2008 political …

Not a fair fight

* In this second part of our election-centric interview with Teresa Kok, she shares about Pakatan’s efforts to retain …

Building today, progressing tomorrow

Will Najib’s billion dollar scandal hurt his image? What impact will Bersih 3.0 have on the coming general elections? …

Still The People’s Choice

An unknown figure in 2008, Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin took the Perak Menteri Besar (MB) post under a …