Legendary footballer Datuk Santokh Singh says initiatives like getting former athletes to visit schools regularly and play advisory roles in clubs will further spur interest in sports.
We hope Malaysians will be part of this fight for change within the media industry by subscribing or supporting the newspaper or online portal of their choice.
Recent events of a racist nature are a distraction which must not prevent us from moving forward to build a Malaysian Malaysia.
While the global bubble tea craze is at an all-time high, the survival of the industry in the longer term would depend on how much big brands are willing to invest to introduce healthier options.
While Liverpool and Manchester United fans argue over who has the most trophies, journalist Bob Holmes launches his latest book and it is all about the current European champions.
We need a more united Malaysia now following race-religious issues and khat debate. Many are concerned about khat being introduced to our children but fail to realise there are those who still don’t speak Bahasa Malaysia properly.
WISE AI has made huge inroads in Thailand and played a big part in the True Digital Park’s ‘TDPK Boost Up Week: Corporate Connect’ held last week.
Former school teacher A. Velurajan, who received 28 stitches on his head following a robbery at his Rawang home on Aug 5, hopes police will investigate blue boys who failed to show up on time.
Irked over another purported development project allegedly fronting Bukit Kiara forest reserve, a concerned Taman Tun Dr Ismail resident wonders what is going on in his backyard that is already the subject of much controversy.
The English Premier League begins at 3am (Malaysian time) with Liverpool hosting Norwich. Astro subscribers will get to watch all 380 matches while Coca-Cola has some great prizes, including a trip to watch your favourite Premier League team live.
Children with special needs get enhanced learning opportunities and support at SJK(C) Sin Min thanks to YTL Foundation’s Smart Frog Classroom.
Badminton Association of Malaysia’s high-performance director Wong Choong Hann is confident his players will rise to the occasion at the BWF World Championships.
Take a little time out to ask people around you “Is everything okay?” and lend your ears. It could help that one person who could be having suicidal thoughts to just hold on.