Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan and crew provide light, food and health screenings for some 50 Penan families in Ulu Baram, Sarawak.
Fresh faces enter the fray as loyalists insist now best time to weed out pretentious leaders in mission to rebuild party.
It remains to be seen if disgruntled lot capable of booting Ahmad Ismail out of Sepak Takraw Association of Malaysia.
National badminton association scouting for patron to replace wife of former Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Long-time Selangor FA administrator Datuk Hamidin Amin says liaising with stakeholders at all levels vital to rejuvenate Red Giants.
Tommy Thomas can be government’s legal representative by fiat instead of as AG, say senior lawyers.
Veteran tattoo artist Simon David says trends like dots, minimalist and geometry coupled with lack of regulations for newbies are killing the art.
Former national doubles coach Rexy Mainaky tipped to become technical director upon return to BA of Malaysia but not everyone’s happy.
Washing plates in pothole saga means banana leaf meals no longer finger-licking good.
Malaysian Cabinet to decide tomorrow on RTM airing World Cup, PH Youth chief suggests Premier League matches be aired by national broadcaster.
Ex-minister lists agencies requiring immediate revamps, reveals system loopholes and bad habits in letter to institutional reforms committee.
Badminton Asia COO Kenny Goh questions world body over failed proposal to change scoring system, says BWF research did not include main stakeholders.
Graffiti decorated the walls as Merah Studio in Ampang, four floors above a mamak restaurant, hosted one of the biggest rock bands in the country – Def Gab C.