Washing plates in pothole saga means banana leaf meals no longer finger-licking good.
Malaysian Cabinet to decide tomorrow on RTM airing World Cup, PH Youth chief suggests Premier League matches be aired by national broadcaster.
Ex-minister lists agencies requiring immediate revamps, reveals system loopholes and bad habits in letter to institutional reforms committee.
Badminton Asia COO Kenny Goh questions world body over failed proposal to change scoring system, says BWF research did not include main stakeholders.
Graffiti decorated the walls as Merah Studio in Ampang, four floors above a mamak restaurant, hosted one of the biggest rock bands in the country – Def Gab C.
Tan Sri Dr M. Mahadevan: The biggest depression in the world is when a man loses in politics. It’s even worse than going through a divorce or losing a loved one.
Paul Low: He was not given the right advice by the people who were advising him. I’m not part of his inner circle but I think I may have a rough idea who had been foolishly advising Najib.
Ex-minister Paul Low says he voiced out regarding financial scandals during Cabinet meetings but was forced to work within the system.
Two security guards were sitting next to the stairway leading to the Table Tennis Association of Malaysia (TTAM) office on Sunday.
With barely two months to go, tickets for the boxing match have yet to go on sale while fans are wondering if the much anticipated event will be aired on television.
A former ranking Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) official is among those being investigated over the selection of a national ice skater for last year’s Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.