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Troubled waters: Why Pasir Gudang rivers are dying

SPECIAL REPORT | Looking beyond Sg Kim Kim, Malaysiakini discovers heavily polluted rivers and a worsening crisis. 

by Geraldine Tong & Wong Kai Hui
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Will Teoh Beng Hock's case find closure under Harapan rule?

SPECIAL REPORT | After 10 years, Teoh's family is still seeking justice for his untimely death.

by Ng Xiang Yi & Fion Yap
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What else is there to talk about besides the 3Rs?

COMMENT | As long as M'sians support race-based parties, there will be talk of little else.

by S Thayaparan
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Both sides blame each other for '3R' surge

Harapan MPs used to debate on issues with substance during the previous administration, says Johari Abdul.

by Malaysiakini Team
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Lowering the voting age - the right risk for Harapan

COMMENT | Of all the political players, Harapan has the most to lose in lowering the voting age.

by Bridget Welsh
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History shows gender, sexual diversity not alien to M'sia

FEATURE | Southeast Asia had a rich, queer history that was largely erased due to Western colonialism.

by Sarah Ngu
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'Was Singapore rushing to hang my brother?'

SPECIAL REPORT | Pannir Selvam’s family is on a mission to save him from death row across the Causeway.

by Annabelle Lee
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Could a new electoral system make politics more moderate?

SPECIAL REPORT | Aussie academic Benjamin Reilly believes the preferential voting system can compel parties to seek broader support and promote centrism. 

by Wong Kai Hui
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Crisis in the courts: The '88 purge and Lingam tape

INTERACTIVE | Explore two key incidents that raised questions about judicial independence and integrity.

by Malaysiakini Team
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Revisiting the VK Lingam tape

SPECIAL REPORT | With regard to the judiciary’s integrity and independence, has the root of the malaise been addressed?

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How the story of 15 Bateq villagers dying in Gua Musang unfolded

KINIGUIDE | UPDATED | The deaths in Kpg Kuala Koh since early May have decimated a once-thriving rural paradise.

by KiniGuide
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Can Latheefa Koya tame the beast?

COMMENT | Perhaps she does not have such a difficult task ahead of her.

by S Thayaparan
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Malaysiakini's GE14 coverage wins Sopa breaking news award

Its 22-hour coverage on the fateful night of May 9 finishes top in the breaking news category.

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Is journalism dead?

COMMENT | The following is the keynote speech at the Hong Kong Journalists Association annual dinner on May 18.

by Steven Gan
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The Bajau Laut families left adrift and stateless

FEATURE | Many are trapped in a vicious cycle of statelessness, passing it from one generation to another.

by Huiyee Chiew
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Bajau Laut: Once sea nomads, now stateless

FEATURE | Due to tightening border controls and a declining catch, the community faces an uncertain future.

by Huiyee Chiew
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