The missing element in Malaysia's defence industry
While the local defence industry has been around for decades, it lags behind those of other countries such as Singapore and Indonesia.
Lunchtime with colleagues, a thing of the past?
While lunch hour is usually a time for catching up and indulging in the latest office gossip, many appear to prefer eating alone these days.
'Don't expect too little of us': comic artist pushes past autism barrier
Luqman Hakim, who shot to fame for his coffee cup sketch of health DG Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, says he never gets tired of learning new things.
Mental health concerns continue despite shift towards endemic phase
The rising cost of living and political 'games' have been identified as some of the main factors.
Tough to find jobs that match skills, industry players say
They say this is a problem that, if not addressed, will make it difficult to find high-skilled workers.
Strike three for once-loyal AirAsia passenger
Mohd Faiz Mustaffa has been struggling to get an explanation for why the first leg of his round-ticket flight has been cancelled, but not the return trip.
Health experts warn of Parkinson's 'pandemic'
While the disease usually afflicts the elderly, genetic factors can also play a role, especially in younger patients.
A conversation with Charles Yeo, Singapore's latest dissident-in-exile
Slapped with a number of charges, the thirty-something lawyer fears that he will not receive a fair trial in the city-state.
Can Mahathir pull another rabbit from his hat at GE15?
The former prime minister is credited with propelling Pakatan Harapan to victory at the last polls, but it remains to be seen if he can do it again with his latest alliance, Gerakan Tanah Air.
The 'grey' zone of traditional Chinese medicine in treating Covid-19
While practitioners call for formal endorsement from the government, health authorities say TCM lacks the proper trials and scientific evidence to prove the efficacy of herbal remedies for Covid-19.
Animal shelters scratch along as Covid after-effects roll on
Many can no longer afford to continue caring for the animals brought to their doorsteps.
As freeze on workers lifts, Indonesians head to Sarawak in hope of a better life
They say they are willing to do anything as long as they can earn enough to provide for their families back home.