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AWANI Tonight: Govt has no plans to peg ringgit – Finance Minister

Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Amir Hamzah Azizan says the government has no plans to peg the ringgit as the current economic situation is unlike 1998, when the currency was last pegged.

Tue Mar 19 2024

AWANI Tonight: Govt has no plans to peg ringgit – Finance Minister

Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Amir Hamzah Azizan says the government has no plans to peg the ringgit as the current economic situation is unlike 1998, when the currency was last pegged.
AWANI Review: From Defense to Digital | Thales’ Evolution in Malaysia

AWANI Review: From Defense to Digital | Thales’ Evolution in Malaysia

With over 40 years in Malaysia, Thales has grown from a defense and aerospace expert to a digital transformation leader. CEO François-Xavier Boutes shares exciting opportunities in Malaysia and the push for localisation.

AWANI Tonight: Expediting the Media Council to enhance journalistic practices

AWANI Tonight: Expediting the Media Council to enhance journalistic practices

Ahead of the three-day celebration for National Journalists’ Day, Abdul Rahman from the Centre for Independent Journalism discusses expediting the formation of a Media Council to enhance media practices in the country.
AWANI Tonight: Astro, RTM to air special 24-hour channel starting tomorrow

AWANI Tonight: Astro, RTM to air special 24-hour channel starting tomorrow

In line with the vocal and unwavering support for Palestine, Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd in collaboration with RTM, has launched a special 24-hour channel, Malaysia-4-Palestine.
AWANI Tonight: 24 May 2024

AWANI Tonight: 24 May 2024

#AWANITonight with @_farhanasheikh

1. Sungai Bakap: PAS assemblyman dies aged 56
2. HAWANA 2024: Expediting media council to enhance journalistic practices

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It's About YOUth: The power youth in shaping a better tomorrow

It's About YOUth: The power youth in shaping a better tomorrow

Unlocking the potential of youth to advocate for positive change, Sofea Rozhan of untuksemua and ‘Ariff Bin Amir Ali of Youth United for Earth talks about the importance of making the young voices heard.
Consider This: Bersih Congress 2024 — Reviving Reform

Consider This: Bersih Congress 2024 — Reviving Reform

The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) will convene a national congress on Saturday 25th May, featuring civil society leaders, youth activists, and student groups, to deliberate on strategies to revitalise the reform agenda and agitate for real change. Can Bersih as a people’s movement still galvanise public pressure for democratic reforms? On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Muhammad Faisal Abdul Aziz, Bersih Chairperson, and Aira Azhari, Bersih Committee Member and Senior Manager of Advocacy & Events at IDEAS Malaysia.
AWANI Tonight: 20 May 2024

AWANI Tonight: 20 May 2024

#AWANITonight with Hafiz Marzukhi

- Police investigating if attacks on national institutions random acts or coordinated plan - Home Minister

- Five days of mourning in Iran following the death of President Ebrahim Raisi

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AWANI Tonight: Police investigating whether recent attacks are connected

AWANI Tonight: Police investigating whether recent attacks are connected

Police are investigating several attacks targeting important national institutions to determine whether they were random acts or part of a coordinated plan, says Home Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.
AWANI Tonight: Five days’ mourning in Iran after President killed in helicopter crash

AWANI Tonight: Five days’ mourning in Iran after President killed in helicopter crash

Iran has declared five days of public mourning for President Ebrahim Raisi after he and other officials died in a helicopter crash in a mountainous area in the north-west of the country.
Consider This: Tenancy Law (Part 2) — Legislating Against Racial Discrimination?

Consider This: Tenancy Law (Part 2) — Legislating Against Racial Discrimination?

Malaysia's rental market has often been criticised for lacking proper regulation, relying instead on tenancy agreements and contract law. Could a Residential Tenancy Act bring about fairer practices in the rental market? On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to social policy & human rights consultant Simraatraj Kaur Dhillon.
Consider This: Tenancy Law (Part 1) — Does Msia need a Residential Tenancy Act?

Consider This: Tenancy Law (Part 1) — Does Msia need a Residential Tenancy Act?

Malaysia's rental market has often been criticised for lacking proper regulation, relying instead on tenancy agreements and contract law. Could a Residential Tenancy Act bring about fairer practices in the rental market? On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Dr Suraya Ismail, Director of Research at Khazanah Research Institute, where she focuses on Housing, Cities and Urbanisation.
It's About YOUth: Student political activism in the digital age

It's About YOUth: Student political activism in the digital age

In another special edition of It's About YOUth, student leaders Nurul Syamim and Eizad Arian speak about harnessing the power of social media to drive change and amplify their voices in campus and national politics. #ItsAboutYOUth

Consider This: Tree-Care Policies (Part 2) — Help Trees Thrive In Concrete Jungles

Consider This: Tree-Care Policies (Part 2) — Help Trees Thrive In Concrete Jungles

Recent incidents of falling trees that killed a motorist and damaged vehicles and property, have highlighted the pressing need for better tree management policies in urban areas. Following these incidents, DBKL has since been instructed to closely monitor and maintain the shade trees in the capital city, and as a short-term measure, to cut down the trees that have already been identified as at risk of falling. Knowing the benefits of having trees in our cities, how can we create conditions that allow them to thrive despite the hostile environment they have to grow in? On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Mohd Zailani Jamil, President of the Malaysia Society of Arboriculture.
Consider This: Tree-Care Policies (Part 1) — Trees as Assets: Valuing Our Urban Canopy

Consider This: Tree-Care Policies (Part 1) — Trees as Assets: Valuing Our Urban Canopy

Recent incidents of falling trees that killed a motorist and damaged vehicles and property, have highlighted the pressing need for better tree management policies in urban areas. Following these incidents, DBKL has since been instructed to closely monitor and maintain the shade trees in the capital city, and as a short-term measure, to cut down the trees that have already been identified as at risk of falling. Knowing the benefits of having trees in our cities, how can we create conditions that allow them to thrive despite the hostile environment they have to grow in? On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Koh Cha-Ly, Founder and CEO of Urbanmetry, a data company which uses proprietary algorithms to analyse big data from cities. She is also a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Commission for Nature Positive Cities.
AWANI Tonight: 17 May 2024

AWANI Tonight: 17 May 2024

#AWANITonight with @_farhanasheikh

1. Ulu Tiram: Authorities beef up security after police station attack
2. Singapore: What will the new era of leadership bring?

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