Protecting Terengganu’s tourism assets

TOURISM industry players in Terengganu are calling for the establishment of a new agency to protect the state’s tourism assets from political vagaries. They claimed changes in the state government had a negative impact on the industry and believed the proposed entity could protect Terengganu’s tourism assets from problems arising from such a situation.

Kg Baru farm seeks funds, volunteers to thrive

LAMAN Ulaman Kampung Baru, an urban farm in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, is struggling to recover since the Covid-19 pandemic.  The garden’s project leader Isfahani Suki told The Malaysian Insight after resuming farming in March last year they were short on funds and volunteers to help grow vegetables and fruits for the B40 income […]

Record-setting Djokovic wants to see ‘healthy’ Nadal back in 2024

NOVAK Djokovic reached his 55th Grand Slam quarter-final and record 17th at the French Open yesterday before urging a “healthy” Rafael Nadal to return next year and resume their epic rivalry. Djokovic, chasing a third Roland Garros championship and 23rd men’s Grand Slam title, eased past 94th-ranked Peruvian opponent Juan Pablo Varillas, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2.

Dramatic day in Klang due to floods

KLANG: Residents in some parts of Bandar Bukit Raja here had a miserable morning when their neighbourhood flooded due to heavy rain. Read full story

‘Hotter days in coming months’

PETALING JAYA: Already sizzling under the hot sun, Malaysians must brace for even warmer weather as the country is expected to experience the El Nino phenomenon. Read full story

Hot weather affecting padi yields

PETALING JAYA: Padi production in parts of Kelantan, northern Perak and Penang has been affected by low yield due to the hot spell. However, contingency plans are in place to ensure the situation does not worsen. Read full story