Traditional batik at the forefront

M’sian CEO changes company's official attire to traditional batik to promote Malaysian culture.

M’sian father defends daughter accused of cheating

M’sian father defends daughter after BM teacher accused her of cheating.

Did you know M’sia has a Leaning Tower of Pisa?

The Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan was built in the 19th century during the colonial era.

M’sian offers homework help service for students

If you’re looking to earn some pocket money during the school break, you know what the ‘standard’ rates are.

What the dog?

A zoo in China promotes lion but visitors see puzzled golden retriever in cage instead.

DBP strikes again, this time with 'sepet'

DBP is under fire again, this time for a rather interesting definition of the word ‘sepet’.

Water cuts: S'gor at end March, early April in KL

Air Selangor has announced two scheduled water disruptions, one in Selangor and another one in Kuala Lumpur.

Malaysian CEO buys the first tweet in the world

Sina Estavi purchased Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey's first tweet for a whopping RM11.9 mil.

Subang folks, take note!

Subang residents who want to put potted plants in shared spaces outside their homes need to get permission from MBSJ.

6 doggos trained to sniff out COVID-19 in Thailand

In Thailand, 6 dogs have been trained at Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Veterinary Science to sniff out COVID-19.

Traffic light peddlars (and buyers) beware

Did you know that you can be fined up to RM2,000 for buying goods from traffic light peddlers?

Malaysians winning MCO weight war

Unlike others around the world, more Malaysians lost weight amid COVID-19 lockdown.

‘Undi 18’ impractical for now, says Rais

Rais Yatim said it is impractical to lower the voting age to 18 for now.

No More SMS TAC for Maybank2u online transactions

Maybank will no longer be generating SMS TAC to approve selected online transactions.

Fine and jail time for fake news on COVID-19

Perpetrators could face a fine, jail term or both, according to the Federal Government Gazette.

Getting All Hot and Bothered

Does the heat make people more cranky? Experts seem to think so.

Does Malaysia lack women leaders?

Are women still given less attention that they are still less accepted in the society compared to men?

UMNO severs ties with Bersatu

UMNO will no longer cooperate with Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) in GE15.

Health DG: Only take vaccines provided by the govt

The public should only trust the COVID-19 vaccines that are distributed by the Health Ministry.

Travelling in and out of East Malaysia

What you need to know about travelling to and fro Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan.

Mixed feelings about contactless shopping

According to the report, the lack of contact during contactless shopping is eroding human relations.

Parliament will not convene, says Takiyuddin

Parliament will not convene during the period of the Emergency proclamation, said minister.

Younger workers prefer working in the office

Between working from home and working in the office, for younger workers, it seems that the office wins.

Ban on interstate travel stays until March 18

The prohibition on crossing state borders to remain while inter-district is allowed except Sabah effective March 5.

GSC to reopen on Friday?

Golden Screen Cinemas has hinted that the cinema chain will reopen from March 5.

DBP: It’s ‘kuetiau’

Dewan Bahasa and Pustaka (DBP) has announced that the proper spelling is 'kuetiau' and not kuay tiaw or koay teow.

Malaysia’s first liver transplant patient dies

Malaysia’s first liver transplant patient died this morning after suffering from complications in the organ.

Jamal Yunos apologises to Yeo Bee Yin

Jamal Yunos has apologised to Yeo Bee Yin to settle a defamation suit related to Yayasan Warisan Anak Selangor (Yawas).

Get back in line, Khairy warns VIPs who cut queue

There have been cases of VIPs allegedly jumping queues to get their vaccinations despite being ineligible for the jab.

One year in office: Muhyiddin shows mettle as PM

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s first year in office was far from a smooth-sailing affair.