Taking the train to work is fun if you don’t have to go in at peak hours … but please ensure commuters do a check-in at the stations.
Efforts to clean up Klang River are starting to bear fruit but businesses, especially those dealing with fast-moving consumer goods, must recognise that their discarded products are major contributors to river pollution.
Representatives from Love Is Not Tourism Malaysia, a binational group which aims to reunite families separated due to Covid-19, has handed a petition to the Prime Minister’s Office requesting the consideration of a “sweetheart visa” to reunite families.
Watching what you say and how you say it is good but are we being too paranoid about being politically correct?
It isn’t often every stall at a food centre is to your liking, but Sri Aman Food Centre offers a wide selection that will please your taste buds.
The first ‘big six’ clash of the new Premier League will see Chelsea hosting Liverpool on Sunday night with Reds fans excited by the prospect of Thiago Alcantara joining the English champion.
Love Is Not Tourism Malaysia’s online petition to reunite separated families and loved ones reached 10,000 yesterday. One of the prime movers, Khanusha Shereen Neesha, will submit the petition to the Prime Minister’s Office today, hoping the government will allow “sweetheart visas” so families and loved ones can be reunited.
Crimes against nature will continue if the authorities allow economic benefits to override environmental safety, says Association for the Protection of the Natural Heritage of Malaysia (Peka).
For one of the best burgers in Subang Jaya, look no further than Aroma Burger in USJ14/1K. It’s worth the wait.
Trying to find an outlet in a shopping mall? Why not use Google Maps to find your way.
The English Premier League kicks off tomorrow with Premier League champion Liverpool taking on Championship winner Leeds in the match of the week.
Celebrity activist Daphne Iking has been approached by political parties to stand for election in her home state Sabah. While she is entertaining the idea, she says the time isn’t right as her children are still young.
Pub owners, musicians, DJs and talent agencies hope to convince the government to reopen the industry which they claim is losing billions of ringgit a month while confusion over what constitutes entertainment is hindering the reopening of many establishments.