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  • Tg Malim Youth City to be extreme sports hub

    TANJUNG MALIM (Jan 16): Bandar Belia in Tanjung Malim here will be developed into an extreme sports hub, which will be the first in the country. Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin (pictured) said the ministry would cooperate with the Tourism, Art and Culture Ministry, as well as the Youth and Sports Ministry to realise […]

  • Housing can be built on Bukit Kiara longhouse land if profitability not the agenda, says Segambut MP – report 

    PETALING JAYA (Jan 16): It is absolutely possible to develop housing on the site currently occupied by the Bukit Kiara longhouses near Taman Rimba Kiara (TRK) at Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI), Kuala Lumpur, said Segambut MP Hannah Yeoh. In a report by The Star, the Pakatan Harapan lawmaker said property developers not involved in […]

  • RapidKL Thaipusam special bus services to Batu Caves

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): Rapid Bus Sdn Bhd is to run two special bus services to ferry passengers to Batu Caves on Jan 20 and 21 in conjunction with Thaipusam. Prasarana Malaysia Bhd said in a statement that 18 buses would run from the Central Market bus hub to Batu Caves via Jalan Ipoh and […]

  • Most state governments agree to increase water tariff — Xavier

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): The water tariff is expected to be increased this year with most state governments having agreed to it, said Water, Land Natural Resources Minister Dr A. Xavier Jayakumar. He said the matter was still being discussed and the amount was yet to be finalised as the states had different tariff rates and some had […]

  • PR1MA appoints Mohd Nazri as acting CEO

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia (PR1MA) has announced the appointment of Mohd Nazri Md Shariff as acting chief executive officer (CEO), effective immediately. Mohd Nazri is taking over from Datuk Abdul Mutalib Alias, who had been the CEO since July 2011. Abdul Mutalib, 57, did not renew his contract, PR1MA said in a […]

  • Malaysia, Singapore ties remain good – Saifuddin

    PUTRAJAYA (Jan 16): Malaysia-Singapore relations remain good despite the need for further discussions on several matters, Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said today. “Our relations with Singapore remain good. There are some issues but we are talking to each other, and that is very important.  “Most importantly, the discussions are going on. I am confident the discussions are moving in […]

  • High Court denies Musa Aman overseas medical treatment trip

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): The High Court today reversed a Sessions Court order allowing former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman to be given his impounded passport to travel abroad for medical treatment. Musa, 68, who was to have been allowed to use the passport from Jan 15 to Feb 10 to travel only […]

  • Mahathir to be the first Malaysian to speak at Oxford Union

    PETALING JAYA (Jan 16): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been invited to speak at the Oxford Union, and doing so will make him the first Malaysian and democratically-elected Asean leader to do so. In a tweet posted on Tuesday night (Jan 15), Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman said it […]

  • 86 Units of affordable houses in Kemuyang next year

    SIBU (Jan 16): The first 86 units out of 813 houses under Sarawak’s Rumah Pertiwiku affordable housing project in Kemuyang, 24km from here, will be ready for occupation early next year. Built based on the industrialised building system, each of the houses costing between RM90,000 and RM150,000 only takes 21 days to complete. Sarawak Assistant […]

  • TA Securities says accept Selangor Properties RM6.30 apiece privatisation offer

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): TA Securities Holdings Bhd had today advised Selangor Properties Bhd (SPB) shareholders to accept the revised RM6.30-a-share privatisation offer from Kayin Holdings Sdn Bhd, given the challenging market environment and low trading liquidity of SPB shares. Yesterday,, quoting SPB’s statement to Bursa Malaysia, reported that SPB’s major shareholder Kayin revised […]

  • HCK takes over Empire Remix 2 project, to be rebranded as education city

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): HCK Capital Group Bhd, controlled by businessman Tan Sri Clement Hii, is taking over the development of the Empire Remix 2 project in USJ 1, Subang Jaya from Mammoth Empire Holding Sdn Bhd’s (MEH) unit, True Renaissance Development Sdn Bhd (TRDSB), and will brand it as an integrated education city development. […]

  • Property crowdfunding may help some segments of society to own homes, says pitchIN

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 15): The introduction of property crowdfunding is expected to serve certain segments of society that find it difficult to own a property, said pitchIN CEO Sam Shafie. “From what we know, banks are happy to give money to those who want to buy property but there is a segment of the society […]

  • Jan 31 not declared public holiday yet

    PETALING JAYA (Jan 15): Jan 31 has not been declared a public holiday yet, according to a report by The Star. The daily had checked with the Keeper of the Rulers’ Seal and discovered that no public holiday has been declared for that day. This is in contrast with a viral message making the rounds on […]

  • Affordable housing in Bangsar South 75% taken up

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 15): A Federal Territory-level affordable housing scheme by IJM Land Bhd and Amona Development Sdn Bhd here has achieved a take-up rate of 75% at its launch here yesterday, the companies announced in a statement today. The Rumawip project is named Suria Pantai and comprises 896 units of homes in a 34-storey block. […]

  • 30% bus fare increase sought

    KOTA BHARU (Jan 15): With costs mounting, the Peninsular Malaysia Malay Express Bus Operators Association (Pembawa) is requesting the government approve a fare increase of 30%. “It has been 11 years since there was an increase,” said Pembawa president, Che Ibrahim Che Ismail, to reporters at a press conference yesterday. “We would like to put up the price of tickets […]

  • Kedah raises value limit of road maintenance works awarded via balloting

    ALOR SETAR (Jan 15): The Kedah State Government has taken the initiative to raise the value limit of projects awarded via balloting to RM150,000 for maintenance of state roads offered to G1 Class contractors this year. Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Tun Dr Mahathir said the move was to provide greater opportunities for contractors in the class as well as […]

  • Full audit report on 19 plastic importing factories to be known early Feb

    KLANG (Jan 15): A full audit report on 19 plastic importing factories across the country will be out latest by early February. Ministry of Housing and Local Government special tasks officer Muhammad Harris Idaham Abdul Rashid said the full report would be handed over to his minister, Zuraida Kamaruddin, as soon as visits to all the plants […]

  • 13 contractors in remand for submitting false documents

    KOTA KINABALU (Jan 15): Thirteen contractors, three of them women, are in remand for three and six days from today for allegedly submitting false documents to obtain tenders for projects from the Sabah Education Department. The remand orders against the 13 suspects, aged between 30 and 60, were issued by Magistrate Mohamad Aizat Abdul Rahim following applications by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission […]

  • Building lights not a cross, but the Chinese character for ‘royal’

    The recent uproar over what looked to be a cross in lights on the Grace Residence building in Jelutong, Penang, were actually a Chinese character for ‘royal’. The Malaysian Insight reports that a spokesperson for developer Nova Mulia Development Sdn Bhd said the lights at the apartment, which was near 90% completion, were being tested.  […]

  • AGC exempts Orang Asli settlers from paying RM12,000 legal costs to four parties

    KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 15): The Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) have agreed to waive legal costs totalling RM12,000 which should be paid by a group of Orang Asli settlers in Kampung Pos Lanai, Kuala Lipis, Pahang to four parties in a court case over  the Telom Dam project, in 2015. AGC in a media statement yesterday said that on Jan 8, 2019, Jeffry Hassan […]


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