Danny Ng finishes late father Peter Ng’s work detailing the rich history of the Technical College Kuala Lumpur – now known as Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
The Indonesian government has spent US$3.2 billion on infrastructure, logistics and advertising for the Asian Games but the poor choice of temporary solutions is evident around Jakarta.
Authorities and stakeholders need to ensure KL-ites enjoy work-life balance, green spaces, and reduce number of fast food outlets in bid to push nation’s capital up World Healthiest Cities ranking.
Stakeholders, especially schools, must come together to help tennis flourish, says Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia honorary secretary Rahizam Rahim.
Airline crew members should have option to wear what they deem reasonably appropriate and consistent with their religion so long as it does not interfere with their duties.
Munira Mohd Yusoff is right up there when it comes to challenging labels in our society. The hijab-donning 42-year-old loves pole dancing which she says has made her physically and mentally stronger.
National waterski star Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah finishes fourth in tricks to cap fine World Juniors outing in Madrid.
Insiders say Manny Pacquiao-Lucas Matthysse July 15 fight promoters have only recently written to Youth and Sports Ministry to hand over boxing ring, equipment.
Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Norza Zakaria reveals Chinese hotel chain signed long-term lease with OCM to operate hotel.
Nuriylia Insyirah, co founder of local label Lily&Orkid, thrilled to showcase latest designs at FashFab KL.
Mustafar Ali, yang menyambut ulang tahun kedua sebagai ketua pengarah Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia, berpendapat banyak lagi perjuangan berlandaskan kedaulatan dan keselamatan tanpa kompromi perlu dilaksanakan.
It seems the right hand does not know what the left hand is doing in the Kuala Lumpur Hockey Association as marching band competition forces cancellation of training programmes at Kuala Lumpur Hockey Stadium.
Former internationals Reduan Abdullah and Tang Siew Seng insist the best way forward for Malaysian football is by investing in the grassroots.