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October 2013

October 2013

We apologise for factual errors made in Uncommon Sense with Wong Chin Huat: On the “Allah” judgement and in the Shape of a Pocket column entitled Wishing for another 13 May.

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May 2012

May 2012

We had originally reported that Joanne de Rozario co-hosted ntv7’s The Breakfast Show with Aishah Sinclair. There are actually two other hosts for the show, Nazrudin Rahman and Hansen Lee, that we were not informed about at the point of fact and quote checking.

We were also erroneous in saying that she is still the TV station’s head of production for the news and current affairs department.

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June 2011

June 2011

“There’s nothing to stop us from being Malaysian first” (Corrected 1:20pm, 7 June 2011) We had originally published that Lim was in Malacca on 13 May 1969. Lim, however, subsequently alerted us that although he campaigned and stood for election in Malacca, he had flown to Sabah by 13 May. He also added that elections […]

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January 2011

January 2011

TO the question about which story about his ancestry was accurate, Datuk Seri Nazir Razak replied that he thought it was the “later” one, not “latter” one which was originally published.

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September 2010

September 2010

Student activism: The struggle continues (Corrected 6:15pm, 4 Sept 2010) IN our original subheading for Jonah’s interview, we wrote that Jonah, aka Khairul Anuar Ahmad Zainuddin, attended Institute Kemahiran Mara in late 1990s. He actually attended UPM in the late 90s and Institute Kemahiran Mara in the early 2000s. In the same  interview, Jonah originally […]

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December 2009

December 2009

Appeal Court’s ruling on MACC wrong Corrected 3.40pm, 22 Dec 2009 The acronym for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission was mistakenly written as MAAC. It should be MACC. We apologise for our error. Double-standard policing Corrected 3.40pm, 11 Dec 2009 Senior lawyer Christopher Leong has clarified that he was the chairperson of the organising committee of […]

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