Sports or physical activities seem to be missing from preschools these days. And we wonder why children aren’t as active as they should be.
The arrival of the monsoon in Terengganu always magically shows the sterner stuff the people and those in charge in the state are made of.
It’s very sad and distressing that some doctors (not too many thankfully!) indulge in pseudoscience or conspiracy theories, often without scientific methods to prove their “claims” or “beliefs” as they frustrate moves to vaccinate people against Covid-19, writes Dr John Teo.
It’s time we treated every pothole on Malaysian roads equally, as no pothole is more special than the other.
It would be a nightmare if we actually came across these unfathomable New Year greetings.
Malaysia is floundering and rudderless, drifting aimlessly, unable to weather the political and economic storms and to navigate to an ethical and moral enclave, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Can Selangor’s water woes be solved if ministers queued up with pails in hand the next time there’s a cut? Most probably, but that’s just a fairytale.
Malaysian politicians rule okay in the farcical BOOTY Awards 2020 presentation. There are, however, a handful of truly deserving awards for our frontliners and the rakyat.
Malaysians share what they want from Santa Claus for Christmas tomorrow to cushion what has been a tiring and challenging 2020.
Groomed as an elite youth squad at the programme, are the young boys of the newly set up FAM-NSC Project Squad truly prepared for the high competitive nature of the Malaysian Premier League? Or will their spirit crumble and end their football career?
The grandson of Tun Rahah Mohd Noah, Datuk Nazifuddin Najib recalls fond memories of his grandmother Tun Rahah, adding his ‘Tok’ was the rock of the family.