Fast food restaurant chain Burger King Malaysia aims to open 50 new stores in the next two years, as it enhances customer dining experience through restaurants that double up as event space.
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.
Jakarta-based Danny Tay says no-frills public housing with basic amenities will solve the problem of expensive housing but it all boils down to getting our priorities right.
Ex-model Jersey Chong, who is now Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing’s international spokesperson and manager, wants to give Malaysian athletes a new lease of life.
Recent flag fiasco at a basketball event reveals the ignorant side of Malaysians as the country’s symbol must never be compromised.
Will Brendan Gan be able to stamp his mark when Harimau Malaya hosts Indonesia in tonight’s pre-World Cup match at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil?
Veteran sports administrator Datuk Sieh Kok Chi believes the inclusion of several sports and disciplines and exclusion of others will help host Philippines be overall champions while Malaysia will be happy with fourth placing.
Malaysians often take rivers for granted and need to be educated on their importance. In tandem with that, efforts are under way to clean Klang River to make it liveable and viable for recreation and tourism.
Electoral Reform Committee chairman Tan Sri Rashid Abdul Rahman shares his insights with Twentytwo13 about the transparency of political funding, effectiveness of first-past-the-post system and his love for farming.
There is a dire need to allocate more funds to protect the environment so that Malaysian youths will live in better surroundings.
Recent forum regarding the media industry drew a motley crowd with the question ‘Who is killing Malaysian media?’ left unanswered.
The school closure affecting over a million students sees parents scrambling to find a place to keep their children occupied while at work as it is high time businesses allowed parents to work from home.
Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said while there are many competing health priorities within a small budget, listing pneumococcal vaccination (PCV) in the National Immunisation Programme remains the government’s major priority and to uphold its pledge in the Buku Harapan.