The government has allowed football training to resume but stakeholders, including those in the Youth and Sports Ministry, wonder if enthusiasts will go out and play or remain cautious over Covid-19.
PKR man Datuk K. Ramachandran, described as a “nice gentleman,” and had campaigned for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in Port Dickson, is among six charged at the Petaling Jaya magistrate’s court over the fatal abduction of a businessman.
Olympian Che Chew Chan happy to help athletes transition into the corporate world once they retire, adding it would be best if they heard the good and bad from a fellow athlete.
Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria says secretary-general Datuk Mohd Nazifuddin Najib’s court case over tax arrears doesn’t affect his position.
Security guard Dinesh Bhandari is thankful he still has a job but a security firm operator believes it will take six months more for business to pick up, especially for hoteliers who have reduced the number of security personnel.
Three Malaysian women sports journalists share their love for an industry traditionally dominated by men as they hope to inspire young girls.
The number of Covid-19 cases worldwide is growing out of control but Malaysia continues to record single-digit cases daily.
Veteran sports journalist Lukman Salleh believes survival of the industry hinges on one’s ability to adapt and evolve.
As Thailand authorities warn of “intense haze” in its southern region, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia’s Prof Dr Fredolin Tangang cautions that the region will continue to be enveloped with poor air quality due to climate change.
Former national racewalker Annastasia Karen Raj says athletes shouldn’t settle for winning medals at the SEA Games and should instead break records to compete in the Olympics.
Liverpool finally wins a league title after 30 years, creating plenty of excitement and banter among Premier League fans throughout the day. Also in a celebratory mood are spa operators, tuition centres and travel and trade fair organisers. But what lessons can Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim learn from the Reds?
Former Malaysian Medical Association president Datuk Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan urges Malaysians not to be alarmed over the rise in dengue, malaria and Japanese Encephalitis cases amid the ongoing Covid-19 fight.
Restricting number of guests to 250 may work in favour of young couples who are tying the knot as it will help minimise costs, while a wedding planner says the new guidelines for receptions and parties are manageable.