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...

National Journalists Day (Hawana) would be celebrated on May 29, beginning next year

The government has accepted the proposal to proclaim May 29 annually as National Journalists Day in commemoration of the publication of the first edition of Utusan Melayu...

As ‘Utusan Malaysia’ runs aground, a sign of darker days ahead for Malaysian media

BY LESLIE LAU MANAGING EDITOR The fall of Utusan Malaysia also serves as a stark reminder of the state of the media in Malaysia. — Picture by Shafwan...

Court strikes out HRDF suit against journalist

Written by Zaidi Azmi KUALA LUMPUR — August 21, 2019: The Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) has lost its suit against a journalist over an allegation of personal enrichment regarding a course...

MEDIA COUNCIL NOT JUST FOR INDUSTRY BUT TO PROTECT PUBLIC INTEREST

The revelation of an ex-telco chief executive officer who allegedly molested his child was plastered on the front page of a leading daily – and it got...

‘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...

National Press Club Malaysia has a new president

KUALA LUMPUR, March 29 (Bernama) -- Prominent journalist and blogger Datuk Ahirudin Attan has been elected as president of the National Press Club (NPC) for...

SPARE A THOUGHT FOR JOURNALISTS

Sadness, regret, pain and bitterness. Those are the only words that can sum up the feelings of many of us within the media fraternity as some 800 of...

NPC anjur majlis makan malam amal

KUALA LUMPUR 26 Mac - National Press Club (NPC) akan mengadakan majlis makan malam amal pada 13 April depan bertujuan mengumpul dana terutamanya bagi Tabung Kebajikan Wartawan...

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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