SITI Aishah Abdul Wahab, the innocent girl who left Malaysia 40 years ago on a government scholarship to study in London, but became an ardent believer and follower of Maoist ideology, should not be treated as a superstar.
I FIND it difficult to accept the argument that increasing the salaries of civil servants, legislators (assemblymen) and state executive councillors is an effective measure to prevent lawmakers and enforcement officers from succumbing to the temptation to accept bribes, in order to augment their salaries.
NEW fares for budget taxis are expected to be announced early next year. The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) had been methodical in conducting the fare review.
ACCIDENTS and deaths on the road have become one of the biggest problems in the country. Despite awareness campaigns and numerous warning signs, if the essence of our drivers' attitude does not change, all efforts will be meaningless.
RESULTING from the uproar over Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur's (DBKL) revaluation exercise, it is essential to understand how property assessments are done.
I SEE government-linked companies (GLCs) as partners and saviours of the people. These companies must strive to solve people's problems. Sadly, for many, the opposite is true.
WHEN winding up debate on the 2014 Supply Bill at the committee stage in Dewan Rakyat, Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz said his ministry could train taxi drivers to become tourist guides.
I AM writing on behalf of Telekom Malaysia Berhad customers who may be victims of a new computerised billing system generating non-existent charges.
I REFER to various articles in the newspapers regarding the issue of suicides in our country.
THE public, especially the middle- and low-income group, are scratching their head over the recent announcement that electricity bills will go up 14.98 per cent, or 4.99 sen to 38.53 sen per kWh, effective Jan 1.