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<em>The Nut Graph</em> stops publication

The Nut Graph stops publication

After six years, The Nut Graph will cease publication from tomorrow onwards, making this column the last one to be published. Editor and co-founder Jacqueline Ann Surin explains why and highlights some achievements.

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<em>Found in Malaysia Vol 2</em> is launched

Found in Malaysia Vol 2 is launched

  The Nut Graph has continued exploring our shared migrant roots as Malaysians through the Found in Malaysia series of interviews on the website. Now, we’ve compiled another 50 interviews with notable local personalities into a second book, Found in Malaysia Volume 2. Published by ZI Publications, the book will soon be available at bookstores […]

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Teo giving the book a thumbs up.

Understanding the Dewan Rakyat: The book launch and public forum (Updated 29 March)

(Updated 9:30pm, 29 March 2011) IN January 2010, The Nut Graph embarked on an ambitious project: to ask all 222 Members of Parliament (MPs) their views on various issues of national interest. MPs were asked, among others, their opinions on the Internal Security Act, whether Malaysia should be an Islamic or secular state, and what […]

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Is Selangor’s FOI bill good enough?

Is Selangor’s FOI bill good enough?

IF Selangor’s Freedom of Information (FOI) bill is made law, how useful will it be in helping the public gain access to information held by the government? The Pakatan Rakyat (PR) government tabled the bill for its first and second reading on 14 July 2010, and a select committee will now be collating feedback and […]

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<em>The Nut Graph</em>’s Plan B

The Nut Graph’s Plan B

WHEN Cindy Tham and I launched The Nut Graph in August 2008, I was clear that I wanted to achieve two things. One was to create a place for independent, accountable and kick-ass journalism that was premised on the highest ethical standards in journalism. These standards included ideas, such as doing a fact and quote […]

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Samy Vellu’s resilience

Samy Vellu’s resilience

Lainie Yeoh doesn’t hold her breath each time Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu announces his resignation. The Nut Graph needs your support

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