THE current water shortage situation and frequent cuts in supply must surely be getting on everybody's nerves by now.
IT has been 47 years since the last sitting president of the United States visited Malaysia. That was in 1966 and the American president then was Lyndon B. Johnson.
I REFER to your report on "8 men held for rioting at Perak football match" (NST, April 17).
IT was a Saturday, a day when shopping complexes impose the "no plastic bags" rule.
THE letter "What we say should help, not harm" (NST, Feb 17) was enlightening.
I REFER to Hassan Talib's letter "Stop belittling our national language" (NST, April 23) and beg to differ with his opinion on patriotism in relation to championing the cause of Bahasa Malaysia.
MANY factors cause floods, and throwing rubbish indiscriminately could be one of them.
E VERY now and then, an express bus meets an accident and lives are lost. More often than not, investigations revealed that the drivers of these ill-fated buses were on drugs or not physically, emotionally or medically fit to drive.
I AM dismayed by the actions of some leaders of the Johor Baru Tionghua Association concerning the Tan Hiok Nee cultural street in downtown Johor Baru.
I REFER to Shashi Kumari's letter "Take pride in speaking it well" (NST, April 7) and wish to congratulate the writer for being patriotic in championing the cause of Bahasa Malaysia.