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NST Leader: Facebook's moat | New Straits Times

#NSTleader How not to serve society.

25/7/2021 7:48:00 PM

NSTleader How not to serve society.

There is something about social media that makes people angry. Even presidents.

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All those entering Malaysia must verify vaccination certs, says Dr Adham

JOHOR BARU: All travellers entering the country – including Malaysians – must verify their vaccination certificates with the authorities here, says Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.

NST Leader: Climate issue | New Straits TimesNSTleader We better change before the climate does. GlobalClimateChange

Use Parliament sitting to raise important, relevant issues, urges Pas leader | New Straits TimesKOTA BARU: Allowing all members of parliament to debate and put forward questions in the upcoming special Parliament sitting will help resolve issues, Pas vice-president said

NST Leader: Climate issue | New Straits TimesNSTleader We better change before the climate does. GlobalClimateChange

Sarawak to act against community leaders who fail to ensure SOP compliance | New Straits TimesNSTnation Community leaders who fail to ensure compliance of standard operation procedures (SOPs) against Covid19 in their respective longhouses or villages risk getting compounded. To do so community leaders must be empowered to carry out the SOP order. I do not think they've such powers & in some cases ignored. Give guidelines to them in the event they need to enforce SOP regulation to the community.

Use Parliament sitting to raise important, relevant issues, urges Pas leader | New Straits TimesKOTA BARU: Allowing all members of parliament to debate and put forward questions in the upcoming special Parliament sitting will help resolve issues, Pas vice-president said

Covid-19 cases surpass 1 million, new daily high | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia surpassed the one million mark in Covid-19 cases, after recording another record high of 17,045 infections as of noon today.