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The Accidental Whistle-Blower: How a Retired London Journalist Uncovered Massive Corruption Half a World Away

A TIME report Nash Jenkins / Kuala Lumpur, London and Singapore @pnashjenkins Andrew Testa—The New York Times/ReduxClare Rewcastle Brown at her home in London on July 22, 2013 Clare Rewcastle Brown was a retired London TV journalist when she came across … Continue reading

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It’s getting tougher for UM

PETALING JAYA: The academic staff is the latest casualty in an austerity drive at Universiti Malaya (UM), the country’s premier institution of higher learning. The measures, a result of slashed government funding for public universities, has already caused several facilities … Continue reading

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Inside Rosmah’s Wardrobe: We Try To Value How Much Some Of Her Items Cost

  Vulcan Post   © Provided by Vulcan Post Three days ago, The Wall Street Journal broke the news alleging that Rosmah Mansor had spent at least 6 million USD (approximately RM24,863,700) in credit card charges on shopping in designer … Continue reading

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S’wak will not tolerate anymore ‘flip-flopping’ educational policies – Adenan

SRI AMAN: The state will no longer tolerate Putrajaya’s constant “flip-flopping” policies on education which had affected quality implementation and physical growth here for the past 50 years. Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem said the state will … Continue reading

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Can Sabah and Sarawak secede?

Vidal Yudin Weil  April 14, 2014 This article is intended for those who think Malaysia or rather Malaya owns Sabah and Sarawak. Once again I am writing about Abdul Rahman Dahlan, the Kota Belud MP who was reported on Feb … Continue reading

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IGP Junket In Italy With Wives In Tow At 5* Hotel – WHO PAID?!

SARAWAK REPORT Arrogant – large group of casually dressed Malaysian police officers in the Majestic dining room. At least ten officers of the Royal Malaysia Police, led by Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar, have been spied over the past week … Continue reading

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The case for closing the gap in Fair Land Sarawak

  0 Shares 1 Comments Share:           by Howard Lee LETTER: This “Letter to the Editor” section is aimed at providing an opportunity for readers to air their opinions on current issues and other subjects of interest. Send … Continue reading

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