Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis and family will have a small Gawai celebration in Subang Jaya and can’t wait to visit Sarawak once again.
Today is the Harvest Festival in Sabah with Sarawak to celebrate it on Monday. Here’s wishing our family in the east a great celebration.
BA of Malaysia general secretary Datuk Kenny Goh hopes for clarity from Badminton World Federation (BWF) as member nations will host events later this year with minimal spectators and higher costs.
A defiant Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad insists he is still Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia chairman and “sacks” working secretary Capt (Rtd) Muhammad Suhaimi Yahya. But secretary-general Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin insists the membership of Dr Mahathir and four others are “automatically nullified”.
Several deejays, including Jay Subramaniam, Jason Martin, Victor Goh and Double D, gather voices from community to survive Covid-19 pandemic.
Standard operating procedure (SOP) drawn up by National Landscape Department needs to be approved before Taman Persekutuan Bukit Kiara can be made accessible to public.
A bleak day was brightened up with news that Malaysia recorded its lowest tally of new Covid-19 cases. Hopefully, the Movement Control Order (MCO) ends on June 9, but we must not let our guard down as a vaccine is still nowhere in sight.
Safe Aim Mutual director Ron Hogg, the man behind the Malaysian Cub Prix series, believes the government can help spur the sports industry by building more facilities nationwide, especially race tracks that can double up as event venues.
The Covid-19 pandemic reveals how poor salary management can leave a club in a fickle and volatile financial state.
The US Department of State continues to seek information on Malaysian James Kong over alleged cyber crimes and passport fraud which date back to 2006.
Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican met Finance Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz to discuss ways of assisting the sports industry and youths in facing economic challenges due to Covid-19.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way as photographer-turned-entrepreneur Kamarul Akhir proves by selling serunding to make ends meet.
While most Malaysians stand one to two metres from the next person, not all take the trouble to comply with the physical distancing rule.