National Under-23 coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee says the two key National Sports Institute (NSI) experts play important roles and hopes they will be part of his team for their assignment in Bangkok starting this weekend.
Efforts are under way for Tengku Abdullah Shah to be made the Sultan of Pahang, en route to becoming Malaysia’s next King.
Sultan Muhammad V abdicates as 15th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, raising more questions in a drama-filled start to the year.
Athletes who leave national bodies should not be punished as only the best deserve to represent the nation. But going independent means being independent without expecting financial help from the government.
Despite being a young nation, many establishments and organisations in Malaysia lack a detailed archiving system about their existence that is readily available for the masses.
Following uproar over mandatory PTPTN salary deductions, Education Minister Maszlee Malik said the Income-Contingent Loan Repayment scheme will now be put on hold. Flip flop decisions don’t make the decision makers look pretty.
All eyes on Asian Football Confederation (AFC) list of nominations which closes at midnight as FA of Malaysia president Datuk Hamidin Amin and Myanmar Football Federation president U Zaw Azw among those linked to vice presidency post.
Former national hurdler and Olympic Council of Malaysia Athletes’ Commission chairperson Noraseela Khalid says every second matters for athletes representing the nation in major tournaments.
Meeting with National Sports Council and National Sports Institute representatives leaves national athletes with more questions than answers.
Curbing illegal gambling could be key to ensuring National Sports Council enjoys higher sin tax contribution to fund sports programmes in Malaysia.
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) sources confirm probe linked to suspended Fifa Ethics Committee judge Sundra Rajoo involves BN and Pakatan Harapan leaders.
Video of Edi Rejang berating beer promoter at Ampang hypermarket shows the scary and heartwarming sides of Malaysians.
National Sports Institute chief executive officer Dr Mohd Khairi Zawi wants to return to his previous job as an academician at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia by next month.