Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador says the people’s trust in the force has eroded due to deep-seated corruption. He stresses the police are here to serve the people and not the other way around.
Alliance for Safety Community chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye says it is high time the authorities made public findings of investigations of accidents at construction sites and jail those responsible for deaths. This comes after three foreign workers were killed in an accident at the Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Expressway (SUKE) this morning.
In conjunction with the 214th Police Day celebration on March 25, some may wonder if there are those who are willing to serve the nation, protect the public and uphold the integrity of the force.
In a bid to educate fans about its former stars, Malaysian Cricket Association pays tribute to Datuk Dr Amarjit Singh – the nation’s most successful cricketer.
There are parents who encourage their children to pick up sports but many others claim there is no future in sports. Yet they question why Malaysia does not have enough talents.
Former England international Jonathan Woodgate has the chance to guide Bournemouth into the semifinals of the English FA Cup for the first time in its history.
Journalist Devinder Singh points out that Terengganu and Penang were joint winners of the last edition of the Burnley Cup in 1972, thus raising the likelihood of the trophy being with one of those states.
Efforts are under way to locate the “missing” Burnley Cup as football administrators admit they have not seen the youth trophy which was last won by Sarawak in 1972.
Government spells out fines for first-time offenders who breach standard operating procedures (SOPs), with discounts offered on RM10,000 compounds if payment is made within 14 days.
Kuala Lumpur Education Department director Zainal Abas admits children have been rather inactive throughout the Covid-19 pandemic as he hopes the Malaysia Schools Sports Council (MSSM) meet will eventually be held in September.
In conjunction with World Consumer Rights Day, Federation of Malaysian Consumers Association (Fomca) secretary-general Datuk Paul Selvaraj says more advocacy and education are required to push for policy changes and consumer empowerment to address plastic pollution.
National Press Club of Malaysia president Datuk Ahirudin Attan says latest law on fake news regarding Covid-19 is regressive and open to abuse.
Those who flout standard operating procedures (SOPs) may face fines of up to RM10,000 starting today. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador explains that the spirit of the increase in fines is to show that Malaysia’s battle against Covid-19 is not over.