Archive of Other Issues of Public Interest Articles

The Works Minister pledged to take action against the directors of the defunct PISB, the original contractor of Matrade building which was recently completed after a delay of 9 years and at nearly double the original cost. The MRR2 saga is closely following that of the Matrade building.
1. "No point crying over spilt milk" (The Star 11/07/06) more
2. "No point flogging a dead horse" (The Star 14/07/06) more


Subsidies do help have-nots

There're honest and dishonest cabbies everywhere

No reason to cheer

It'll be chaotic at JPJ offices to renew road tax

MPPJ taking a step backwards by not accepting cheques (The Star Oct 9, 98)

Time for MPPJ to be more progressive (The Star Jan, 99)

(Note: MPPJ has finally accepted cheques for payment of assessment rates. But at the beginning of 2004, Selangor's Land & Mine Department has sent out circulars to inform landowners that cheques will not be accepted for payment of Quit Rents.)

Forget Computers Pos Malaysia, just improve existing services

Renewing read tax is a breeze

Astro - A Shattered Dream

Need to review National Land Code

Tips On How To Save Marine Ecosystem on Sipadan Island

Road Tax should be reduced, not increased

Computer-lab fiasco - Why PWD steps in only now? 2008