Young Humantarian Writers Competition Prize Presentation

12 December 2019 Winners of Young Humanitarian Writers Competition 2019 announced Kuala Lumpur (ICRC) – Six pieces of humanitarian reporting have been selected as winning entries for the Young...

SIC REVVING FOR SUCCESSFUL RACES OF MALAYSIA

The Sepang International Circuit (SIC) hopes the upcoming Races of Malaysia will lure enthusiasts to enjoy world class events as the international circuit will play host to...

‘TEACH YOUNG ABOUT MMA, HELP JOURNOS ALONG THE WAY’

hen Muhamad Fahim Noh was asked to be part of Fight For Change 2019, the seasoned mixed martial artist and professional fighter quickly said yes. Fahim, who coaches at...

From estate to Cabinet to this!

Puchong, 231010: Trade union leaders are calling M. Kula Segaran names that I don't have the wish to repeat on this blog. Suffice to say that if...

RASHID SALLEH BENT ON GETTING MMA INTO SCHOOLS

Rashid Salleh is an actor, comedian, sportscaster, journalist and president of the Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association (MASMMAA). And he is on a mission to educate the...

It’s all about the money for Utusan; talk is free

Recollections & Reflections IT’S been just over a week since the two newspapers in the Utusan Melayu Group ceased operations, with their printing permits sold to another company,...

FIGHT FOR CHANGE PAVES WAY FOR GREATER AWARENESS ABOUT ROLE OF JOURNOS

As the country embraces a new Malaysia and keeps up with developments and progress, the welfare of journalists seems to have been forgotten. So says the National Press...

Whither the print media in Malaysia?

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 -- The deaths of four Malaysian newspapers in less than a year have raised questions about the survival and relevancy of the print...

Utusan Malaysia to shut down today?

  Speculation is rife that Utusan Malaysia and its sister publication Kosmo! have ceased their operations beginning today and all the workers will be served a dismissal notice by noon. An Utusan employee...

Indonesian journo may lose eyesight from bullet during Hong Kong protests: Lawyer

By: Kharishar Kahfi The Jakarta Post Indonesian journalist Veby Mega Indah, who was hit by a bullet in ongoing protests in Hong Kong, could lose eyesight in one eye...

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