Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the Batu Sapi by-election will go on as scheduled on Dec 5 as the government does not have the authority to cancel or postpone the voting date as it is under the jurisdiction of the Election Commission.
Sports administrators admit it is difficult securing sponsors due to the Covid-19 pandemic and political uncertainty as brands adopt a “wait-and-see” approach.
As far as the rakyat is concerned, it was just another day of “wayang” and “sandiwara” as they continue to wonder what lies ahead – health-wise and financially.
Former Penang Free School student Boo Soon Yew and friends help to feed security personnel and families in Penang Remand Prison quarters who are under the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO).
There has been too much toxicity of late. The Covid-19 pandemic has obviously added to the troubles and we have a whole lot of people who are in distress. It’s time to do more for them than just rant on social media, says Purwaiz Alam.
Laughter is certainly the best medicine as Malaysian humour shines amid the darkness and rising Covid-19 cases which have more than doubled in three weeks.
Antonio’s Trattoria Calabria in Taman Tun Dr Ismail offers great lunch sets with a friendly owner who willingly undertakes requests.
Three months after escaping relegation, Aston Villa could go top of the English Premier League when it faces Leeds tomorrow morning (3am).
Mind Gap’s #LuarBIASA campaign is to remind us that athletes experience many similar mental health issues and are just like any other human.
Criminologist Assoc Prof Datuk Dr P. Sundramoorthy questions the standard operating procedures on the release and re-arrest of detainees by one law enforcement agency to another following escape of Macau scam main suspect from Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters last week.
It is unfortunate politicians are always on the lookout for the best bargains, willing to lend support to any faction that would offer them a good deal.
Child rights advocate Daphne Iking was distraught about the hardship faced by her fellow Sabahans. She started two crowdfunding initiatives to help marginalised families and to raise funds for medical supplies.
The Attorney-General’s Chambers decided there will be “No Further Action” against Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali following his Covid-19 breach as he was not given a form. Will the authorities now investigate the Health Ministry over the issue?