New SPAD Chair Isa Samad Announces Major Investment In Fidget Spinners

  KUALA LUMPUR:  Tan Sri Isa Samad wasted no time after assuming the Chairmanship of The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) today, by announcing the Commission would be investing heavily to corner the lucrative global Fidget Spinner market. “Felda Global Ventures lost RM13.4 Billion in shareholder value after RM850million worth of More...

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By Editor On Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

Staff sitting through corporate training warn lunch better be good

PENANG:   After sitting through yet another hour of long-winded presentations, the employees of Hia Today Bhd remained hopeful the hotel hosting their motivational corporate training this year would put on a More...

By Editor On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

AirAsia US Flights To Be Mostly Americans Fleeing Trump Presidency

SEPANG:  Today AirAsia confirmed it was confident newly announced flights between the United States and Asia will be far more successful than the previously abandoned AirAsia X long-haul European services. “Since More...

By Editor On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Botched Circumcision Doctor Opens Penis Ring Removal Clinic

JOHOR:  Malaysian men hoping to boost sexual performance/pleasure by squeezing their ‘KL towers’ into tight-fitting metallic rings, welcomed a new metallic penis ring removal specialty clinic opening here More...

By Editor On Saturday, January 7th, 2017

New 1MDB auditor Parker Randall begins tough task of reading through hundreds of scribbled napkins

KUALA LUMPUR:  Newly appointed 1MDB auditor Parker Randall admitted they had taken on more than they bargained for last night, after the self-confessed ‘alternative to the big four audit firms’ received More...

By Editor On Sunday, November 20th, 2016

Peaceful Bersih Rallies Bad For Business, Say Tear Gas Suppliers

KUALA LUMPUR:  Local eye irritant manufacturer, Tears Today Gone Tomorrow Bhd, announced poor sales results this weekend, saying Bersih 5 participants should take responsibility for their good behaviour by compensating More...

By Editor On Monday, November 7th, 2016

Husband To ‘Strengthen Ties’ With Ah Long

BUKIT JELUTONG:   Today, 42-year-old Abdullah Bin Bakar declared to his family, he will be ‘strengthening his friendship’ with his Ah Long after attending  a series of meetings that took their relationship More...

By Editor On Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Restaurant caught giving Sydney authentic taste of Malaysian foreign worker exploitation

SYDNEY:  The manager of a popular Malaysian eatery in Sydney’s Chinatown, today claimed their practice of underpaying employees was part of their dedication to offering an authentically Malaysian Mamak experience More...

By Editor On Sunday, August 14th, 2016

Strike Over Ride-Sharing Forces Customers To Try Ride-Sharing

KUALA LUMPUR:  Enraged by news the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) has plans to legalise convenient ride-sharing services such as Uber and GrabCar, cabbies today announced a 6 day strike which will punish More...

By Editor On Thursday, July 14th, 2016

Rayani Air Promises To Refund Customers In The Afterlife

LANGKAWI:  Today grounded Shariah-compliant airline, Rayani Air told customers whose refund cheques had bounced, to not lose hope in getting their money back. “We have no money, no flying license and no More...