With Covid-19 messing with people’s livelihood, it is probably not the best time to take a loan – unless you have a way to get free money.
As the ‘to play or not to play’ debate continues, it is high time all parties join forces, make their voices heard, and find a workable solution instead of settling for the easy way out to get sports in Malaysia moving.
In a bid to revive domestic tourism, the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry and other ministries have been told to come up with a detailed proposal for travel between green zones.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis will be missing mutton varuval this year but with Covid-19 numbers still on the high side, it is better to stay at home.
Should people be allowed to conduct business from homes? Are residents prepared for business activities in their neighbourhoods? There’s a fine line between supporting livelihoods while maintaining peace in the neighbourhood.
With Covid-19, the economic downturn, a questionable Budget 2021 and water cuts in Klang Valley, Twentytwo13 speaks to several Malaysians on whether they see light in the current darkness ahead of Deepavali tomorrow.
Mohan Dallumal, who has been an educator for over 40 years, says nearly half a million children who will enter Year One in 2021, are not prepared academically and mentally for school.
Paying attention to what your child does and says during this Covid-19 period is crucial to ensure the pandemic will not affect their wellbeing and future development.
You need plenty of discipline if you are planning on joining online exercise classes but with Covid-19 still out of control, many might just be forced into doing so.
National shuttler Lee Zii Jia has been recording himself playing the guitar and singing as a way to de-stress following months of confinement at Akademi Badminton Malaysia.
Chef on Wheels owner Seet Wai Song has been helping feed those in need since the start of the Movement Control Order (MCO) and is seeking more benefactors to carry out his ‘Sponsor A Meal’ programme.
Many restaurants going bust due to cash flow and worker shortage problems in the last eight months, says Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association as food lovers bid goodbye to famous Appu Uncle Curry House.
Coughing and sneezing, once relatively innocent actions, are now drawing public flak, writes Rita Jong.