“LEST WE FORGET”: WONDERFUL MEN, EXCELLENT SCRIBES

"Lest we forget" is often read out at remembrance services and commemorative events. Previously used in wars and to honour those killed in the line of duty,...

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MOKHTAR HUSSAIN PROVES METTLE, AFFIRMED BERNAMA CEO

THE national news agency’s editor-in-chief Datuk Mokhtar Hussain, who doubled-up as its acting Chief Executive Officer for more than six months recently proved his mettle and was...

A baptism of fire and taking it in stride

IT was an honour for Bernama journalist Joan Santani to be awarded the Chevening Scholarship to pursue her academic pursuits in England, as she was the first...

“Every Malaysian must work together to save our nation” – Datuk Wira Vinod Sekhar

OUTSPOKEN visionary, community development advocate and ardent supporter of the National Press Club, Datuk Wira Dr Vinod Sekhar has been bestowed another feather to his cap. He was...

Humanity in a pandemic world: Young writers’ competition launched with new theme

Kuala Lumpur (ICRC) – Inviting young minds to use the power of the written word and tell stories of human grit and resilience amid pandemics, conflict and...

Remembering Ahmad Talib – journalist, peace advocate and man on a mission

BY NURAINA SAMAD “When you part from your friend, you grieve not; For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the...

LOSING AN EVER CHEERFUL MENTOR

By Yong Soo Heong IN life, there’ll be people who’ll come and touch your heart. For me, Datuk Ahmad A. Talib was one of them. To him, I...

TACKLING ‘INFODEMIC’ OF MISINFORMATION, RUMOURS

THE Covid-19 pandemic virus continues to blanket the global community with an air of anxiety and uncertainty, free information remains essential and vital to help communities face, ponder,...

WHO: THE WORST IS YET TO COME

AFTER 2.4 million infections and more than 170,000 deaths reported worldwide, governments and their citizens are warned to brace for a health calamity in the wake of...

NPC: COLLECTIVE EFFORT NEEDED TO MAKE FACEBOOK, GOOGLE PAY FOR NEWS CONTENT

AUSTRALIA’s move to get tech companies to pay for news content on its platforms has sparked interest among media practitioners in Malaysia. However, the National Press Club of...
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