Umno election director Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman says cannot rule out a coalition with PKR and DAP in GE15 but his party will not compromise Malay agenda.
Prasarana chairman Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman addressed the media following bad press in recent days, something Mara Corp has failed to do since suspending its CEO last November. Some of the Pasir Salak MP’s comments this evening may have “shocked” some people but he was obviously not in the mood to back down.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis presents his top five accomplishments in 2020 despite the adversities.
After a forgettable 2020 no thanks to Covid-19, the economic downturn and political instability, Malaysians are hoping for a better and brighter 2021 while being mindful that the fight against the coronavirus is far from over.
National Sports Council director-general Datuk Ahmad Shapawi Ismail, whose tenure has been extended for two years, said the council’s main focus is to strengthen development programmes en route to enlarging the pool of competitive young talents.
Instead of complaining and being negative, we should count our blessings this festive season, writes Graig Nunis.
Paris film and television programme production company files application for substitute service over debts of RM1.3 million after efforts to serve Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Rina Harun with bankruptcy notice fail.
Anti-piracy campaigns like Premier League’s ‘Boot Out Piracy’ can only work if decision makers play ball and come down hard on illegal streaming sites.
Long silence after swab test leaves patients living in uncertainty.
The Malaysian Association of Hotels says decision makers must come up with a border re-opening blueprint to help industry plan for recovery.
Writer Ahmad Azrai has fond memories of his granduncle Royal Professor Ungku Abdul Aziz Ungku Abdul Hamid or ‘Tok Uncle Johnny’ as he was a spitting image of a legendary Hollywood and Olympic star.
The hotel industry has been hit ever since Covid-19 arrived. The handful that took the unconventional path have remained afloat and managed to keep their staff.
YES Kasi Up prepaid and postpaid packages will make 4G connectivity cheaper and easier for consumers, including those in Sarawak and Sabah, as the company’s network coverage reaches 91 per cent of the country.