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.
Meeting with National Sports Council and National Sports Institute representatives leaves national athletes with more questions than answers.
All it takes for hell to break loose is a single spark, evident following riots at a Hindu temple in USJ 25. Politicians are to mostly blame for inciting hatred and provoking the people using what is their biggest weapon – race and religion.
What better way to please the critics than by having an all-smokers cafe – and you can make a killing (no pun intended)!
National sports associations should get more support so they can ultimately stand on their own feet while Youth and Sports Ministry agencies should not fund and implement programmes to curb corrupt practices and abuse of power.
From haphazard and indiscriminate parking to almost apocalyptic at night, much must be done to turn Putrajaya into a must-visit destination for all.
The honeymoon period for the new Pakatan Harapan government is over. There is an erosion of integrity within the government as it seems to be going back to the old, dark ways.
Badminton Asia confirms receiving vice-president Tan Sri Al Amin Abdul Majid’s resignation letter before 18th Asian Games in Indonesia.
Recent events and statements by government leaders suggest authorities are ignoring Child Act and other legislation to protect children, says senior consultant paediatrician Datuk Dr Amar-Singh HSS.
As we pray for national badminton player Datuk Lee Chong Wei to recover, let’s not forget to celebrate life and enjoy precious moments with our loved ones.
Former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) honorary secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi reveals series of work that won Kuala Lumpur the right to host the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
On Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V’s official birthday today, we take a look at his history and achievements as a benevolent and kind ruler.
Podium Programme director Tim Newenham says time is right to leave as he hopes for focus and purity in Malaysia’s mission to achieve sporting excellence.