Pakatan Harapan’s failure to heed the needs and wants of the people will only result in another Cameron Highlands, another Semenyih, and – according to all predictions – another Rantau.
National athletes in the dark as to why the Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF) is not sending a team to the Philippine Athletics Championships as it disrupts their training programme for the year-end Manila SEA Games.
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Following a recent conversation with her son, our Kuching-based columnist says it is high time to introduce sex education in schools as children must also be taught about self-worth and mutual respect.
Notable rally driver Karamjit Singh drives old passion of rock music to new heights by organising gigs, paying tribute to legendary singers and bands.
Five seasons on, our Washington-based columnist finds American football more enjoyable than ‘soccer’.
Former athletes say organisers should provide an environment for athletes to clock their best timing instead of simply organising a meet. The response comes after a runner collapsed due to heat exhaustion during the All Comers 10,000m race on Feb 24.
Should Pakatan Harapan be given more time to deliver on its promise or is it time it walked the talk?
Only one runner crossed the finish line in the 10,000m race at the Perak All Comers athletics meet on Sunday. Three did not show up and three more, including one who collapsed, did not finish the run in the blazing sun.
The recent death of yet another young child from diphtheria, an easily preventable disease by immunisation, is a national tragedy, writes senior consultant paediatrician Datuk Dr Amar Singh HSS.
Malaysian pharmacists could soon be playing a larger role, including being vaccination advocates and providers if proposal by Health Ministry to make vaccination compulsory receives Cabinet nod.
The Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society says it is time to include pharmacists as vaccination advocates and providers as the group urges the government to make vaccination mandatory in a bid to lower the spread of diseases and mortality rates in the country.
The “new Malaysia” the rakyat wanted is a nation-building agenda based on altruistic and universal values. Instead, we are returning to race-based politics in different clothing.