Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said a peaceful Korean peninsula will motivate Malaysia to reopen its embassy in Pyongyang after high-profile assassination of Kim Jong-nam, resulting in diplomatic crisis between Malaysia and North Korea.
Insiders shock Latheefa Koya has been appointed Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief but those in the know say she is the perfect person for the job.
Bojan Hodak has no regrets despite his contract not being extended by the FA of Malaysia, adding he has enjoyed a fantastic stint with the national Under-19 team
Refereeing and football in general in Malaysia can only excel if stakeholders start investing in the right areas, says retired international referee Subkhiddin Mohd Salleh.
State-level National Day parade among activities lined up in historical Taiping but locals need more than just events to boost economy and lure youngsters to stay put.
After issuing notice asking to vacate KL Hockey Stadium, City Hall sources say Mayor Datuk Nor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan expected to meet KLHA officials to find amicable solution.
Veteran sports leader Datuk Sieh Kok Chi says appointments of Bersatu leaders within Youth and Sports Ministry go against minister’s call of wanting politicians out of sports.
External auditor for 2017 KL SEA Games accounts highlights unapproved payment to third party vendor as Finance Ministry recommends disciplinary action against top officials for flawed financial governance.
In a series of intriguing firsts, the Asean Football Federation will get a new president, and probably also a fresh face as general secretary, in its polls this weekend.
Change in government last year saw new faces in most football associations, signalling teams remain heavily reliant on politicians and funding from state governments, says Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia.
From battling depression to dealing with incompetent officials, national high jumper Nauraj Singh Randhawa bears it all as he opens up to Twentytwo13 why Malaysian athletes are a dejected lot and live in a culture filled with fear.
National athletes in the dark as to why the Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF) is not sending a team to the Philippine Athletics Championships as it disrupts their training programme for the year-end Manila SEA Games.
Only one runner crossed the finish line in the 10,000m race at the Perak All Comers athletics meet on Sunday. Three did not show up and three more, including one who collapsed, did not finish the run in the blazing sun.