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Former managing editor of BERNAMA Mohamad Nasir Yusoff. - Source: BERNAMA
Nasir Yusoff, former BERNAMA Managing Editor dies
KUALA LUMPUR - Former managing editor of the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) Mohamad Nasir...
RISE Educator of the Year winner and nominator would bag RM5,000 and RM500 in cash prizes respectively.
Five outstanding teachers nominated for RISE Educator Award
SHAH ALAM – Five educators have become finalists for the RISE Educator Award, which aims to...
Khalifa Affnan from Keningau Vocational College was the winner of Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia region's 2022 Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Awards, a global competition that recognises and honours teachers all across the world.
Sabahan teacher receives prestigious award from Cambridge University Press
KOTA KINABALU - A vocational teacher from Sabah has been recognised by the Cambridge University...
The Heritage dUCk emphasises on the beautiful motifs of Malay woodcarving
FASHION & BEAUTY
Celebrating the beauty of Malay woodcarving through The Heritage dUCk
Finally, after two years, Malaysians are heading back to their hometowns, reliving the traditions of...
Head of Metaverse Space Library project at Institute of Advanced Medicine and Dentistry (IPPT), USM, Hasniza Amno explaining the Metaverse concept. - BERNAMA
USM first to set up metaverse library in medicine
KEPALA BATAS - The Institute of Advanced Medicine and Dentistry (IPPT) of Universiti Sains Malaysia...
Actor Johnny Depp attends the premiere of Disney's 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' at Dolby Theatre on May 18, 2017 in Hollywood, California. - AFP
Disney dropped Depp from 'Pirates' over abuse allegations: ex-agent
WASHINGTON - Johnny Depp was dropped from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise because...
Muhammad Ashavin Mohd Haniff, competition winner and Year 4 student from SK Dato Shahbandar Abu Bakar Labu Hilir, Negeri Sembilan (left) and Nik Haris Ikhwan Nik Nor Ronaidi, competition winner and Form 3 from SMA Sultan Zainal Abidin Ladang, Terengganu.
Maxis revives interest in STEM education among students
SHAH ALAM - With the aim to foster critical thinking among students and encourage them to innovate...
Until June 26, visitors get to enjoy the festival, which brings together a list of buzzing activities and entertaining shows to keep everyone’s engines roaring with excitement, including a chance to witness and take photos with the iconic scaled-up Lego Ferrari 512 M model.
TRAVEL & FOOD
Build the Thrills: Legoland Malaysia’s first ever racing themed festival
For the first time ever, Legoland Malaysia Resort transforms all three of its theme parks into a...
Shals is a family business founded by Shalma Ainaa and her siblings but it is currently lead by her as the creative director.
How it all began for Shals
Fashion is an ever evolving industry with new trends emerging every now and then. To truly stand out...
Tesla chief Elon Musk - AFP
Elon Musk launches hostile takeover bid for Twitter
SAN FRANCISCO - Tesla chief Elon Musk launched a hostile takeover effort for Twitter on Thursday,...
Photo for illustration purpose only. - Photo by Bernama
Normalised OPR allows response to slowing economy - Economist
The photo taken on January 24, 2024 shows a decorated mini electric vehicle parking at a parking lot in Liuzhou, in southern China's Guangxi province. — Photo by AFP
Cheap mini-EVs sparkle in China's smaller, poorer cities
A convoy of 40 motorcycles and eight cars will travel for four days until Feb 25, covering over 800 kilometres. - Photo by Bernama
Lecturers, bikers to complete Quran recitation during Singapore expedition to welcome...
Photo for illustrative purpose only.
Take these steps to prevent drowning incidents
Having once stood proudly alongside Asian powerhouses, the national football team is gradually regaining its competitive edge. In stark contrast, Malaysian badminton faces a worrying downward trend. - Photo illustrated by Sinar Daily
Can Malaysia bridge the gap between football's rise and badminton's decline?
Fully residential religious schools in Perak not allowed to use plastic bottles, packaging
Sultan Nazrin said the initiative by MAIPK and JAIPK to instil a culture of reducing single-use plastic usage should serve as an example for all departments and agencies in Perak. - Photo by Bernama
Oldest lipstick ever found discovered in Iran
Mineralogical composition of the oldest lipstick ever found. Photo by F. Zorzi/Scientific Reports
Journey along Merbok River reflects ancient Kedah Tua Kingdom era
Sungai Merbok, rich with various valuable treasures, attracts tourists from both within and outside the country.
Immune system weakness causes inflammation in digestive system, increasing risk of colon cancer
Photo for illustration purposes only. - 123RF
Medical device sector expected to contribute RM20 billion to economy this year
Photo for illustration purposes only. - 123RF
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