Nation’s oldest sports wholesale retailer Kuckreja & Co says ability to evolve has allowed the company to celebrate its 74th anniversary on April 1.
While the government is trying hard to please everyone, well almost, the sustainability of businesses, especially SMEs, will determine if people will still have jobs in coming weeks.
The Department of Veterinary Services has issued a support letter to pet food suppliers to deliver their products but the Ministry of International Trade and Industry says it is not the approving authority for such a service during the Movement Control Order period.
In conjunction with the 213th Police Day today, former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan shares his insights about the evolving threats and the need to enforce strict discipline among the men in blue.
Malaysian athletes and officials, just like peers worldwide, wonder if the organisers of the Tokyo Olympics will call the Games off as number of Covid-19 cases continues to grow.
With new Cabinet in place, the BA of Malaysia may want to consider ditching the idea of having a patron and break free from protocols and demands.
More parents are considering migrating, hoping the decision will provide their children quality education and better job opportunities.
The recent demise of Malaysian celebrity Ashraf Sinclair serves as a reminder of how fragile life is and to not take those around us for granted.
Singapore People’s Party chairman Jose Raymond, in talking about elections in the republic, says opposition parties cannot assume a coalition will tip the scales like what happened in Malaysia.
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is open to opportunities in this part of the world, including Malaysia, and may even consider setting up home here.
Entering its 10th edition, The Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK) Premier 7s rugby tournament garners interest of over 20 sponsors as tournament is set to be Champions League of schools rugby in the region.
Discover Muay Thai helps troubled teenagers in Kuala Lumpur find themselves and gives them a second lease to life through martial arts.
One wonders if any steps have been taken to improve health services for prisoners in Malaysia following Human Rights Commission of Malaysia’s survey highlighting issues in Malaysian prisons in 2017.