YES Kasi Up prepaid and postpaid packages will make 4G connectivity cheaper and easier for consumers, including those in Sarawak and Sabah, as the company’s network coverage reaches 91 per cent of the country.
While major news organisations have downsized, new news websites have been mushrooming. Newcomer Petra News has lined up bullish plans to become a media conglomerate. Will the new titles set the tone or suffer the same fate as their established peers?
The once peaceful neighbourhood in Taman Dagang Permai Timur, Ampang has turned into a nightmare ever since the Sungai Besi Hulu Klang (SUKE) highway construction project began three years ago and yet no one seems to be listening to their woes.
Olympic Council of Malaysia is looking at amending its constitution, including limiting the term of its office bearers. Its comprehensive website with data on Malaysian athletes is expected to be made public soon.
Twentytwo13’s Project 60.1 saw the news website’s senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam walk 26km as he raised RM14,100 for Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO). Other well-wishers also contributed directly to WAO for the cause as the organisation received an additional RM11,000 for its children’s programme.
Beluga FC’s goalkeeper in the amateur league, Tang Weng Choy, 74, can’t wait to get back on the field and play competitive football.
BA of Malaysia president Tan Sri Norza Zakaria says Badminton World Federation’s grants should have been distributed to all member associations as the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted everyone globally.
Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican revealed plans to introduce a 10-year National Sports Vision that would, among others, look at development at the grassroots, women in sports and the industry.
Illusionist K.Y. Lim and tower runner Soh Wai Ching make it a proud day for Malaysia with record-breaking feats.
Three good friends – Pahang royal member Puteri Suraiya Afzan, and lawyers Hannah Kam and Deena Azmi – come up with Girl Guides Glow Up Pahang Edition to equip 16-year-olds in the state for life after school.
In a bid to revive domestic tourism, the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry and other ministries have been told to come up with a detailed proposal for travel between green zones.
With Covid-19, the economic downturn, a questionable Budget 2021 and water cuts in Klang Valley, Twentytwo13 speaks to several Malaysians on whether they see light in the current darkness ahead of Deepavali tomorrow.