Fast food restaurant chain Burger King Malaysia aims to open 50 new stores in the next two years, as it enhances customer dining experience through restaurants that double up as event space.
Funeral service of former Malaysian hockey captain Michael Yan Wai Pin scheduled on Tuesday at 10am, at the Church Of Visitation, Seremban followed by burial at Sikamat Christian cemetery.
Former FA of Thailand (FAT) president Worawi Makudi, who is running for the top post in the upcoming FAT elections, plans to meet Asian Football Confederation officials in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow to provide ‘explosive news’ before meeting the Press in Petaling Jaya.
Sustainability and green initiatives top Inner Wheel Club Taiping’s agenda as they hope to collaborate with Taiping Municipal Council and partner Sekolah Semangat Maju to educate masses more about environment.
The Badminton Association of Malaysia said the survivors of this morning’s accident at Maju Expressway, which included world No 1 Kento Momota were being kept under observation. The national body will do what it takes to ensure the victims get the best treatment.
Jose Mourinho meets nemesis Jurgen Klopp once again when Tottenham hosts Liverpool and he is determined to end the Reds’ unbeaten run.
Malaysian Mental Health Association to train 100 secondary school counsellors in Kuala Lumpur to tackle adolescents with mental health woes and ways for teachers to educate parents on such matters.
In the eagerness to make public a robbery within a particular premise or road rage episode, disseminating visuals via WhatsApp or YouTube could border on invasion of privacy.
Club scene shocked by sudden demise of DJ Nesh hours before reunion gig in Kuala Lumpur last night.
Good outing by juniors at recent Malaysia Open pleases Table Tennis Association of Malaysia as it shows succession plan is reaping results.
Wise words from Yang di Pertuan Agong Al Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah serve as reminder and encouragement to never give up.
Veteran sports administrator Datuk Sieh Kok Chi says national associations should stand on their own and be made responsible for their sports instead of waiting for handouts from the National Sports Council.