In a bid to lower accident and fatality rates among motorcyclists, the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (Miros) is embarking on surveys zooming in on the group.
Telco wins Industrial Court case against employee dismissed for exiting office WhatsApp group twice, among others.
Malaysian Psychiatric Association patron and Malaysian Mental Health Advisory Council member Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye urges authorities and social media operators to ensure there is intervention when it comes to matters of life and death after Kuching teen committed suicide following Instagram poll.
Senior consultant paediatrician Datuk Dr Amar Singh HSS says alert system needed to immediately notify concerned parties of suicidal postings on social media following death of 16-year-old who jumped off a building after 69 per cent of her Instagram followers voted that she should die.
Badminton Asia chief operating officer Datuk Kenny Goh says decentralisation, among others, key to unearthing more talents as nation still holding on to shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei who is on the brink of retirement.
Martial arts trainer Shareh Nasrullah Shareh Roselin is glad Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Bhd (KDEB) Waste Management employee he helped is back working – a month after being attacked by drunkards.
As a Malaysian parent it is not easy embracing the Australian education system as you sometimes feel your kids are not doing enough, writes Ghaz Ramli.
Here’s a lowdown on the performances of ministers in Malaysia – a year after Pakatan Harapan won the 14th general election.
Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool teach us to keep going as you’re never alone if you have hope in your heart following 4-0 victory over Barcelona in the Champions League semifinal.
Malaysian Mixed Martial Arts Association working to get sport in schools as national body eager to invest in youth development.
Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik once again literally put the shoe in his mouth when he announced the Cabinet had approved an increase in matriculation places from 25,000 to 40,000 while retaining the 90:10 quota system.
In Borneo, there really isn’t a big issue of racism or clashes in cultural beliefs. And a wedding last month reinforced this for Rita Jong who hails it as one of the most diverse wedding ceremonies she has attended.
When a parent fails a child, the state must act to support children; there are laws to ensure this happens. Society at large also has a responsibility to voice its concerns and make a call for action.