The doctor to population ratio in Malaysia stands at 1:454 but former Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad and former Malaysian Medical Association president Prof Datuk Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan insist it is the distribution of doctors and health experts nationwide that needs to be addressed.
Sepang International Circuit chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif reveals negotiations with MotoGP to renew Malaysia’s hosting rights are going on smoothly.
Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations secretary-general Datuk Paul Selvaraj says the government needs to go to the ground to understand public sentiments to ensure people are not burdened by the new ruling.
Umno insiders claim a general election will be called soon as the party wants to strike while the iron is hot by riding on Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s feel-good influence before it fades.
An infuriating wake-up call for politicians who have forgotten that they work for the people.
The face mask ruling which came into effect today is simple but people are confused by random messages sent via social media.
After eating like there was no tomorrow (well, it didn’t seem like there would be) during the Movement Control Order (MCO), Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis signed up to be tortured by Darren Wong and his crew from Puchong USJ Fit Club.
Professional futsal player Steffi Sarge Kaur hopes to inspire more young girls to pick up futsal or football. She also says parents play a crucial role in encouraging their children to play sports.
Covid-19 pandemic forces cancellation of Malaysia MotoGP.
WWF-Malaysia’s Global Tiger Day aims to motivate the community about tiger conservation over month-long virtual events.
Sepang International Circuit chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif says Malaysia was approached to host an F1 race this year, but it is not possible due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Universiti Sains Malaysia’s Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk says it is unwise for the present administration to squabble over prime minister’s position due to their wafer-thin majority in Parliament.