NSTopinion Jan 13 marks the birthday of NationalLaureate ShahnonAhmad. His death in 2017 was a great loss not only for Malaysian literature, but for world literature as well.
Port Swettenham buzzing again with cruise ship arrival
GEORGE TOWN: After almost two years, Port Swettenham is buzzing with activities again with the arrival of more than 3,000 foreign tourists. Read more >>
'Wine time Fridays' leave British PM with new hangover | New Straits TimesNSTworld UK PrimeMinister BorisJohnson witnessed weekly drinking sessions by his staff throughout the pandemic, according to a report Saturday that stoked fresh calls from his own party for the embattled leader to quit.
Understanding the real value of time | New Straits TimesWho would believe that a year has gone by. As if it was only yesterday we celebrated the coming of new year 2021, but now it’s gone, 365 days passed so quickly that we do not even feel it. Time has passed by so swiftly.
Appreciating the old and new mode of viewing films | New Straits TimesNSTopinion Cinema is not just about storytelling, but how the stories are told. What makes the cinema unique are the cinematography, editing and sound, which help shape a film's idea and story.
New RM646 million army base will strengthen Sabah security | New Straits TimesNSTnation The construction of a new Malaysian army camp in Felda Sahabat at a cost of RM646.156 million is part of the initiatives taken to strengthen security and defence in Sabah. A boring and lame MY defence news HishammuddinH2O wahai si hidung besar sudah sampaikah kapal yg dijanjikan itu atau hanya temberang menteri hidung belang. SPRMMalaysia tolong siasat MINDEFMalaysia dan HishammuddinH2O kerana menipu, berbohong serta khianat kepada negara.
WHO approves two new Covid-19 treatments | New Straits TimesNSTworld Only three other treatments for Covid-19 have received WHO approval, starting with corticosteroids for severely ill patients in September 2020. Omicron Covid19 WHO Treatment Medicines
New Covid-19 cases remain above 3,000 mark for fourth consecutive day | New Straits TimesNSTnation The number of daily Covid19 cases remained above the 3,000 mark for the fourth consecutive day, with 3,346 infections reported as of noon today. coronavirus