Fadillah Yusof says many people are dissatisfied with the two coalitions, and cynicism about the failure of political leaders 'is at an all-time high'.
Azhar Harun says it’s not easy to remove someone's name as a voter as citizenship matters are decided by the National Registration Department.
There have been calls for Phil Foden to leave Manchester City.
150 million girls will be married before their 18th birthday by 2030, warn campaigners.
Coach P Maniam proud of his players' fighting spirit.
The youth and sports minister says the EC is working on it.
Umno Youth vice-chief Shahril Hamdan says the two parties should look into the economy and youth after they sign their charter.
Youth minister says the priority should be on jobs for the 500,000 unemployed young people in Malaysia.
Myanmar gamers are at risk of missing out a billion-dollar industry with frequent power cuts and few personal computers.
A study by IDC finds that 63% of students and fresh graduates cannot articulate what IR 4.0 entails.
The 24-year-old Sabahan says he used to be embarrassed but at the end of the day, he is earning a living.
Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah says the youths are passionate about protecting the state’s rights.
Of 11 poll categories covering satisfaction with political, recreational and economic conditions, people in Hong Kong were the least pleased with their housing conditions.
We are so foolishly obsessed with more Malaysians holding university degrees for prestige reasons that we overlook the economic and sustainability aspects of university education.
How can we expect the young to critically analyse political issues and make a sound decision before electing righteous and capable leaders when they lack maturity?
Selangor PAS Youth leader Syarhan Humaizi Halim says his statement against the minister and DAP vice-chairperson was 'based on facts'.
Phon Yung Hou says he derives more self-satisfaction from selling his own version of nasi lemak than working in an office.
He says nobody will be stopped from contesting in the PPBM polls.
Arsenal’s young guns have shone in their pre-season campaign so far.
PM says that if Johor flip-flop was because of the palace interfering "we will cancel that decision".
MTUC secretary-general J Solomon says there is a dire need to encourage youths to take up jobs immediately after exams to fill vacancies for unskilled jobs now taken up by foreign workers.
Mohd Redzuan Yusof says lowering the age limit to 30 will deny entreprenuers opportunities for training.
Abang Johari Openg says Sarawak will not go along with the federal government's plan to lower the youth age limit to 30.
This comes after Parliament yesterday passed the Youth Societies and Youth Development Amendment Bill 2019, lowering the age limit of 'youths' from 40 to 30.