Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) is willing to ‘donate’ two venues to artists to repaint mural of Malaysian leaders after their work in Shah Alam was vandalised.
Different times for national schools make it hard for parents to pick their children up.
Two Malaysians living in Singapore welcome the decision to reopen the border between the countries but cautioned those travelling need to keep an eye out on the number of cases.
Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria says recording trials and tribulations of Malaysians athletes can serve as motivation for upcoming talents.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis wonders if a second wave may hit Malaysia as many premise operators seem to have a ‘tidak-apa’ attitude when checking temperature, using faulty digital thermometers or ensuring people scanned or pen down their details before entering.
Penang Table Tennis Association president Datuk Michael Tiah Thee Seng and Table Tennis Association of Sarawak president Datuk Seri Tee Lip Sin will go up against each other for the president’s post in the run-up of the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia elections tomorrow.
National Press Club president Datuk Ahirudin Attan says the Malaysian government should engage with the media instead of being confrontational when there are adverse reports.
Grays Hockey Southeast Asia brand manager Allan Netto says the company’s decision to launch an interest-free monthly instalment plan for all its products will give players a chance to buy high-end equipment.
Schools will fully reopen by July 22 with staggered starts but it will take time for students to understand SOPs.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis hasn’t stopped smiling since Liverpool was crowned English Premier League champion on Friday morning but feels a bit sad his home state’s football team doesn’t bring him any joy.
Cinema operators welcome the government’s decision to reopen cinemas from July 1 but are still waiting for seating guidelines.
Who else finds it easier to use the SELangkah application instead of MySejahtera?
Former national gymnast Kau Git Kaur, implicated in an alleged drug party in Puchong in January, has initiated legal action against the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) to get RM1 million the national body apparently owes him.