No place for racism in sports, says Adam Adli

THE Youth and Sports Ministry does not condone any form of racism, deputy minister Adam Adli Abd Halim said, in reference to a national female hockey player who recently made a racist remark on social media. Adam, who is also PKR Youth chief, said despite racial and religious differences among Malaysians, the “magic” of sports […]

Adam Adli treading carefully after swift rise in politics

ADAM Adli Abd Halim has had a meteoric rise in his political career, from being elected as PKR youth chief, to becoming a lawmaker and then being appointed deputy youth and sports minister in a very short span of time. Acknowledging his quick leap, the 34-year-old said there were also struggles throughout his journey.

Eco-warriors turn to agroforestry to help smallholders grow cash crop

SAVE Rivers, the Sarawak civil society organisation more synonymous with the fight against the state’s plan to construct mammoth hydroelectric dams, is charting a new path in forest conservancy. With dam construction now on ice following a 2015 moratorium ordered by former chief minister Adenan Satem, Save Rivers has moved into agroforestry with the aim […]

End of an era: Bye-bye, Rex

GEORGE TOWN: Going to Rex Cinema in the 1960s was a family event that sent shivers down the spine for B. Premala when she was a child. Read full story

‘Act to check flash floods’

KUALA LUMPUR: The Yang di-Pertuan Agong has expressed his concern with flash floods that often wreak havoc in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan. Read full story

Smart cities in the making

KUALA LUMPUR: The government aims to turn the Federal Territories into smart cities by 2030, says the Prime Minister. Read full story

Two-day wait for a bed

PETALING JAYA: With the emergency department at some government hospitals bursting at their seams, some doctors have said that the wait for beds can stretch to two days or more. Read full story