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September 29, 2019 Forum
I AGREE with former Chief Minister Tan Sri Harris Salleh who claimed that Sabah and Sabahans are losing billions of ringgit yearly due to poor delivery systems in both Federal and State Government Departments and agencies.
September 29, 2019 Forum
THE Malaysian Bar views the majority decision of the Federal Court in “TR Sandah ak Tabau v Director of Forest, Sarawak” as a lost chance for the highest Court to exercise its powers of review to correct any error, injustice or ambiguity contained in its 2016 majority grounds of judgment in “Director of Forests, Sarawak v TR Sandah ak Tabau [2017] 2 MLJ 281”.
September 29, 2019 Forum
WE refer to the report in Daily Express dated Sunday, 22nd September 2019, Page 1, “Log Ban Bearing Fruit”. We will leave it to our fellow associations Sabah Timber Industry Association and Sabah Furniture Association, to verify the numbers quoted in the report. .
September 22, 2019 Forum
ALMOST 15 months have passed since the 14th General Election (GE14), and the eerie feeling of taking the wrong path hangs over many of us who opted for change and voted with our feet. Two of the latest bewildering acts are the homosexual scandal involving videos and allegations targeting a federal minister as one of the two participants, and the decision by the Education Ministry to introduce Jawi calligraphy or khat in the syllabus of students in national primary schools. How do these figure in the minds of ordinary citizens?.
September 22, 2019 Forum
THE Home Ministry and crime- prevention groups are beginning to see connections between terrorist organisations and cigarette smuggling.
September 22, 2019 Forum
WITH its allocation of RM60.2bil, representing 19.1pc of Budget 2019, it is not surprising that there is added scrutiny on the Education Ministry to provide the rakyat with the best of the best.
September 22, 2019 Forum
WHAT are the objectives of education? What do we aim to achieve in primary school? The 3Rs – reading, writing and arithmetic – of course. But as we need to move in tandem with the increasingly challenging world, other subjects need to be incorporated, including science (basics of how things are and how they work), moral studies (to inculcate noble values), environmental studies (to enable children to appreciate what we have and the need to conserve and preserve them) and computer literacy (to keep abreast of advancements in technology).
September 22, 2019 Forum
I READ with great interest the recent “land dispute” between KK Chinese Chamber Of Commerce (KKCCC) and SUDC on one hand and the “dilemma of the buyers” of the now abandoned Star City project on the other. .
September 22, 2019 Forum
MALAYSIANS enjoy a lot of public holidays every year. The travel and tourism industry welcomes the frequent holidays because people tend to travel at such times. And when they travel, they spend at hotels and restaurants.
September 15, 2019 Forum
I WAS a council member of KKCCC when the late Datuk Sari Tan was the President over 20 years ago. Let me give the public some background information on the “disputed land” of 7,200 sq feet between the Chamber and SUDC, and let you all be the judge whether there is indeed a “land grab” by SUDC or not. .
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