The Malaysia Baru cabinet must insist that morality and ethics are weighed in on all policy decisions and implementations.
It is important for the rakyat to fully understand and appreciate that the number of politicians in power is insignificant compared to Malaysia’s population of 30 million people.
Receiving news regarding the death of a loved one is never easy especially for those based abroad, explains the Perth-based writer following the passing of former colleague, young journalist Halim Said.
Women workers, volunteers at the Fifa World Cup in Russia continue to be harassed by men.
Lucas Matthyse arrives in Kuala Lumpur today – silencing talks his boxing match against Manny Pacquiao on July 15 will not go on.
Can’t blame the optimistic England fans for believing it could be their year.
Does Malaysia expect any troubling takeaways from former Prime Minister Najib Razak’s arrest? No!
The sun is out, there isn’t a cloud in the sky and Melbourne in the middle of summer, yet the writer wonders why is he freezing!
After being on the run for 38 days, it’s game over for hide-and-seek Sungai Besar Umno leader Jamal Yunos.
Questions have been raised over Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman’s appointment as Youth and Sports Minister as critics argue he lacks experience.
Newly minted Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo may have tough time stemming out piracy – a nagging problem that has lingered for over two decades.
Former Badminton Association of Malaysia executive council member says coaching and training committee must abandon old-school thinking and become more patient with coaches.
What do the Umno election results last Saturday tell us? The long and short is that it will be business as usual.