Malaysian Musicians Group’s Free-to-Use Live Recording Studio for Local Acts

It’s been five long months since local circuit musicians have had any jobs.

PJ Police Chief Honours Daughter of Late Cop by Sending Her...

PJ police chief pays tribute to late cop's daughter and mother.

How Two-Legged Canine Marvela Started a Muslim Couple’s Dog-Rescuing Journey

A Muslim couple is breaking taboos about contact with dogs within the Malaysian Muslim community through their work of rescuing stray dogs in need.

Last Patient Discharged from Maeps Quarantine Centre

The Malaysia Agro Exposition Park in Serdang (Maeps) Covid-19 quarantine and low-risk treatment centre (PKRC) saw its last patient discharged.

Autistic Artist Gets Praise for Sketch of Dr Noor Hisham on...

Recently, a photo of a portrait of the Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah on a Starbucks cup has been circulating around social media.

“Uncle Kentang” Helps Less Fortunate with Pre-Loved Items at His Pasar...

“Uncle Kentang” is known for his philanthropic work.

Ex-Finas Chairman Hans Isaac to “Return” Salary, Allowances Received to Film...

When Hans Isaac became Finas chairman last year, he made a promise to himself that he would not benefit a single sen from his newfound appointment.

Minister: Fewer Students in a Class Part of New Norm When...

Part of the new norm for schools would be smaller class sizes with fewer students, according to Senior Minister (Education) Mohd Radzi Md Jidin.

Praises for Health Worker Who Gave Piggyback Ride to Old Woman

An elderly woman, who appeared exhausted as she hobbled due to injured legs, caught the attention of a health worker during a Covid-19 screening exercise near Pudu Market in Cheras last Tuesday.

Cameron Highlands Farmers Sell Vegetables to DAP Reps

DAP leaders and elected representatives bought about 150 tonnes of fresh vegetables from Cameron Highlands farmers for distribution to needy families nationwide.

Celebrating Health D-G’s Birthday

Cake and song from media workers, video greetings from old school mates, birthday cards and good wishes from Malaysians for Dr Noor Hisham.

Health D-G’s Birthday Is Tomorrow, but Birthday Wishes Began Early

The newfound love and appreciation Malaysians have for Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah seems to be growing stronger each passing day.

Malaysian Musician Makes His Mark in Hollywood

Yew Ping Soo, 29, has worked as an audio producer, sound engineer and on the music for many famous Hollywood movies.

Hannah Yeoh: Honour and Hope in Our Frontliners

Segambut MP on the silver lining of the MCO – the display of resilience by the healthcare professionals.

Former Cabinet Members Laud DAP for Unconditional Support of Malay-Muslim Causes

In contrast to accusations by Umno and PAS that the party had always been anti-Malay and anti-Islam.

G25 concerned with govt’s ‘paranoia’ against Sajat

The G25 group has spoken out about the recent news of local authorities seeking the extradition of Nur Sajat.

Sarawak Report editor: Arrest warrant won’t work in UK

No intention of coming to Malaysia to face criminal defamation charge.

Hamzah: Still no new leads on forced disappearance cases, Indira Gandhi’s ex-husband’s whereabouts

The police still have no fresh leads on their investigations on the forced disappearances of Raymond Koh, Joshua Helmi, Ruth Sitepu and Amri Che Mat,

PH presidential council: MACC chief should go on leave pending case against 3 top...

MACC chief Azam Baki should be placed on temporary leave pending investigations over allegations of abuse of power and misappropriation of funds involving officers.

Guan Eng’s trial: Court told of Lim’s meetings with Zarul

A witness from a company which also bid for the project but lost claims BUCG enjoyed an advantage over competitors when bidding for the four Penang mega projects.

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