Former pro golfer Shaaban Hussin, who was involved in a horrific motorcycle accident, overcomes adversity to help develop future golfing champions for the country.
There are those who often overlook the benefits of the Internet by simply forwarding something without researching while some others only contribute to their WhatsApp or Facebook groups by forwarding bad news and the worst things possible.
After a successful debut on the European Tour, Malaysian golfer Gavin Kyle Green is finding it tough but hopes to come good at Maybank Championship.
Act of roti canai stall owner offering free food to those in hardship shows there are many good people out there, usually the silent majority.
Ismat Abdul Rauf and wife Azrina Abdul Rahman try to make a difference in a world full of hate by offering the poor free food at their stall in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam.
After bagging Saga Cup best woman driver award at last weekend’s Asia GT Festival, Leona Chin hopes her performance at the Sepang International Circuit will catch the attention of sponsors.
Most Inspiring Female Motorsports Athlete Leona Chin will compete in two events at this weekend’s Asia GT Festival at Sepang International Circuit in a bid to attract sponsors.
Kuala Lumpur residents want Federal Territories Minister and mayor to get independent advice and act in the interest of the people following landmark Court of Appeal decision on development projects.
External auditor for 2017 KL SEA Games accounts highlights unapproved payment to third party vendor as Finance Ministry recommends disciplinary action against top officials for flawed financial governance.
Court of Appeal’s landmark ruling on controversial housing project in Taman Tiara Titiwangsa set to change the way public objections are heard and how projects are approved in Kuala Lumpur.
Dark side of Malaysian horse racing exposed by John Nikolic’s arrest for smuggling cocaine worth millions into Fiji, report Frankie D’Cruz and Tony Emmanuel.
In a series of intriguing firsts, the Asean Football Federation will get a new president, and probably also a fresh face as general secretary, in its polls this weekend.
In politics, there are no hard and fast rules. Alliances can be contemplated on the basis of common ground. As such, it is absurd to continue branding PAS as religious bigots and Umno as racist fascists in a hypocritical and self-righteous manner.