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THE family of Datuk Mohamad Bakar expressed gratitude for the heartfelt tributes received following the death of the former football legend and national team coach.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is carrying out a feasibility study to determine if electric scooters can be allowed to continue operating in the city.
LICENCE fee and entertainment duty will be exempted for tenpin bowling centres in Penang, said state youth and sports committee chairman Soon Lip Chee.
THERE are many joyful and exciting reasons to look forward to Christmas festivities and topping that list for most people is the opportunity to celebrate with family and friends.
While resumption of major events brings much cheer, catching the action live in stadiums remains a no-no.
THE Selangor government will spend RM195,350 on the welfare of ex-athletes under the “Ceria Atlet Selangor” programme with the National Athletes Welfare Foundation (Yakeb).
WHILE many of her peers are quite content pottering about the garden, Tunku Ellie Badariah Tunku Ahmad – one of the pioneers of Malaysian women’s football – shows no signs of slowing down and is most animated when talking about the football club she plans to set up for Negri Sembilan-born girls.
WHILE training is now allowed to resume for team sports like football, hockey and rugby the recovery movement control order (MCO), there will be no matches and tournaments held.
PENANG athletes preparing for Malaysia Games (Sukma) next year expressed relief to have the chance to train again.