THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX, SAIL THROUGH THE COVID-19 WAVE

Innovation, coupled with a radical departure from contemporary thinking, is required with a the possible reality of a prolonged crisis becoming the new reality that people and...

MORE MALAYSIANS STRANDED ABROAD TO RETURN

MALAYSIANS stranded in Turkey and Montenegro are scheduled to return Friday on special flights, and will undergo medical checks including a mandatory 14-day quarantine before earning their clean...

COVID-19: NEW CASES – 159 / DEATHS – 27 / TOTAL – 2,320

THESE were figures which came to light by noon Saturday and Ministry of Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the single fatality was that of...

BEGINNING APRIL 1, IT’S 8am – 8pm

IT means tighter movement control during the ongoing pandemic while authorities continue to implement countermeasures to ease the financial, health and social impact of this pandemic. 8am...

MIND-BLOWING ENCOUNTER FOR DUO IN ‘ZOMBIELAND’

PHOTOGRAPHERS Arif Kartono and Samsul Said are household names in the Malaysian media industry. Having won numerous local and international awards, the duo have captured the different faces...

“STAY CALM, DON’T PANIC…”

Movement Control Order extended until April 14. Malaysians who balik kampung should remain and not return to the Klang Valley. Boarding school students need not return...

Recoveries remain positive closer home, Malaysian virus patient dies in Thailand

A Malaysian tour guide was among the three latest Covid-19 fatalities reported in Thailand, bringing the death toll in the kingdom to 46. Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) spokesman...

National Press Club urges Covid-19 ”rumour mongering” charges against journalist to be withdrawn

JOURNALIST Wan Noorhayati Wan Alias, charged last month with rumour-mongering, is seeking to get the three charges against her dropped as the number of Covid-19 victims in...

KJ ASSURED “JOURNOS WON’T JUMP QUEUE FOR COVID-19 JABS”

THE nation’s Covid-19 vaccination programme should prioritise journalists soonest as the media fraternity is also deemed front liners. “We will not jump the queue but we, too, should...

Utusan no more?

 PIC BY SUPIAN AHMAD AFTER 80 years, Utusan Malaysia, the bastion of Malay journalism, may be rolling out its final print edition tomorrow. It is learnt that its editorial staff,...
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