The school closure affecting over a million students sees parents scrambling to find a place to keep their children occupied while at work as it is high time businesses allowed parents to work from home.
Digi Telecommunications’ Footbraille is the first of its kind solution to help the visually impaired experience the full euphoria of a football match.
One of the most decorated wrestlers on the World Wrestling Entertainer’s (WWE) roster, Sheamus made a quick visit to Kuala Lumpur to talk about local sensation Nor ‘Phoenix’ Diana, retirement rumours and Liverpool.
The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre’s 7th Leadership Energy Summit Asia conference will see Datuk Nicol David and six world-class speakers share their experience on what makes a great leader.
Three Arsenal fans are confident the Gunners can shoot down Liverpool in the English Premier League’s match of the week at Anfield.
Former national shuttler Robert Lin Woon Fui has reinvented himself and has now ventured into athlete management, packaging athletes into celebrities, fashion icons or lifestyle Key Opinion Leaders.
While Liverpool and Manchester United fans argue over who has the most trophies, journalist Bob Holmes launches his latest book and it is all about the current European champions.
We need a more united Malaysia now following race-religious issues and khat debate. Many are concerned about khat being introduced to our children but fail to realise there are those who still don’t speak Bahasa Malaysia properly.
The English Premier League begins at 3am (Malaysian time) with Liverpool hosting Norwich. Astro subscribers will get to watch all 380 matches while Coca-Cola has some great prizes, including a trip to watch your favourite Premier League team live.
What’s On Tap offers specialty coffee which will not bust your budget while guaranteeing world-class coffee each and every time.
Educating shuttlers on the evils of gambling and betting should be top priority and stern action must be taken if they are found guilty.
Two national badminton players who have racked up huge debts after allegedly betting on football matches, have been hauled up by the BA of Malaysia and Badminton World Federation.
Zakaria Abd Rahman and Suzanna Musakal sold their car to fund four riders and four officials to compete in two endurance races in France and it paid off as all four qualified for the FEI Junior and Young Riders Endurance World Championships.