Several wayang kulit puppets like Maharaja Rawana, Hanuman Kera Putih and Sita Dewi are missing at The Malay World Ethnology Museum but its curator explains that the artefacts are being conserved.
Senior Minister (Defence) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob hinted sports centres could also be allowed to operate until 2am after announcing that eateries can open beyond midnight. A decision, however, will only be made by the National Security Council next Tuesday.
Former national 400m runner P. Kuganeswari says the standard of athletics in Malaysia has declined over the years as she believes the Podium Programme is too elite-centric.
Pahang Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission investigates land encroachment by durian farmers in Raub.
As the battle between durian farmers and the newly set up Royal Pahang Durian Resources PKPP Sdn Bhd continues, Centre for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC) coordinator Colin Nicholas seems to suggest the plight of the Orang Asli has been forgotten as the process of giving away the community’s land continues till today.
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah is calling on the authorities to enhance monitoring and law enforcement to ensure that river pollution cases are stopped and do not recur.
Former international Syed Adney Syed Hussein says turning FAs to FCs should have been initiated two decades ago as football administrators will never be ready until they stand on their own feet.
Given the new norm, Twentytwo13 created its own Merdeka parade to thank Malaysians for their sacrifices and dedication to the country.
In reminiscing when most Malaysian primary school children would compose an autobiography as an inanimate object, we write about life as the Jalur Gemilang in conjunction with the Merdeka Day celebration.
BA of Malaysia secretary-general Datuk Kenny Goh admits it is better to forget the Malaysia Open in November as hosting it would be costly.
Malaysia’s elite athletes must continue to sharpen their minds to ensure they stay on top of their game, says National Sports Institute’s psychology officer Philip Lew.
Former Malaysian Medical Association president Prof Datuk Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan says defiant Malaysians will continue with their way of life as “caution fatigue” has set in, adding the jail term and fine slapped on man linked to Sivagangga cluster will do little to instill fear.
Rugby player Wong Wye Wye, or better known as Marc Le, says things have improved significantly in the national rugby set-up following his fallout with the management in 2018.