Ridzwan Rahim and Cedric Gan have created a board game called Wan’s Terengganu Four Swims, or WTF Swims for short. The game has been submitted to the Cardboard Edison Award, and requires strategic planning and adhering to open-water swimming rules.
Health Minister Datuk Seri Dzulkefly Ahmad announces that the government has agreed to pay allowances for locum doctors in public healthcare facilities. He also urges private hospitals to work closely with the government to extend care to the general public.
Baba Low’s menu has not seen any major seismic shifts in its offerings to compete with restaurants with Michelin aspirations. Apparently, there is no need to tweak it too much, trusting that its home recipes, handed down from one generation to the next, will do the job. After all, if it ain’t broke…
This long weekend, it may be a good idea to take a train to the heart of Kuala Lumpur and play tourist.
It had started to drizzle, visibility was still okay, but the road had become slick and slippery with rain and oil. Writer Haris Hussain was definitely in a snakepit, things were stacking up, and he was a long way from home.
Selling your car can be effortless with the right company, but the pain of separation is real, writes Graig Nunis.
In the final part of his series, Haris Hussain wraps up his great week of riding on Thailand’s excellent and grippy asphalt, with fantastic food, warm people, and wonderful experiences and vistas.
The journey from cavities to confidence involves more than just restoring tooth health – it’s about making informed choices that resonate with both aesthetics and wellbeing, write Dr Sofya Zulkiffli and Dr Noor Azlin Yahya.
A ‘situation’ that cropped up during a shooting expedition meant that his carefully calculated ‘fuel ladder’ was now all but useless, and he was now in real trouble, writes Haris Hussain.
Ever got off public transport only to be met by scorching heat or a downpour? Fret not, here’s a service that offers you protection at over 100 locations.
Malaysian Council for Tobacco Control secretary-general, Muhammad Sha’ani Abdullah, says the ‘tidak apa’ attitude is one of the reasons why it is hard to eliminate smoking.
Malaysia’s tobacco use prevalence trends will drop to 20 per cent by 2025, according to the World Health Organisation. It is, however, five per cent short of the target set by the Malaysian Council for Tobacco Control.
Having sat through the motorcycle course in March of last year, writer Haris Hussain believes that Malaysian motoring courses are inadequate to handle the challenges of modern driving.