Decision to educate teachers on ways to tackle adolescents with mental health issues receives backing of experienced educator Veronica Shepherdson.
Mother of two Rita Jong says while she does not agree with all of former education minister Maszlee Malik’s decisions, she admits some changes made by the ex-minister were timely.
Malaysian Mental Health Association to train 100 secondary school counsellors in Kuala Lumpur to tackle adolescents with mental health woes and ways for teachers to educate parents on such matters.
Veteran town planner Datuk P. Gunasilan takes Department of Director General of Land and Mines and Kuala Lumpur City Hall to task for procedural impropriety over land in Bangsar meant to be open space for the people.
A warm smile melts the heart but a cold shoulder makes fridge-hunting a turn-off.
Premier League teams enter the fray in the FA Cup this weekend but how many value it as highly as it once was?
The resignation of the controversial Maszlee Malik as Education Minister underlines a greater problem faced by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad since GE14 – he can’t seem to rely on the fresh faces to get things going.
Despite the pomp and fanfare for years, Malaysians were given false hopes for close to three decades and will soon realise that 2020 could turn out to be one ugly episode.
Event management firms, bogged by delayed payments and other terms set by clients, may join forces to make their voices heard to educate masses that the industry should not be taken for granted.
In the eagerness to make public a robbery within a particular premise or road rage episode, disseminating visuals via WhatsApp or YouTube could border on invasion of privacy.
Club scene shocked by sudden demise of DJ Nesh hours before reunion gig in Kuala Lumpur last night.
As a 62-year-old nation of 32 million people, there are still many who find it difficult to speak the national language. What went wrong and who do we blame for this dilemma?
We post stuff on social media about corruption among our politicians and government officers but what do we do besides that to have a positive impact in fighting the menace?