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Tensions to rise between PM, Umno

HE had dropped off the radar screen the last six months but Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has returned with a bang.

Irregularities in Felda’s London investments

PETALING JAYA: Many irregularities were highlighted in the forensic study on Felda’s London investments, particularly the purchase of the Park City Grand Plaza Kensington hotel and two other properties in Wembley.

FIC in the spotlight over land deal

FEDERAL Land Development Authority (Felda) is back in the spotlight this week.

FIC: RM190mil paid for two plots of land

PETALING JAYA: Felda Investment Corp Sdn Bhd (FIC) has clarified that £34mil (RM190.11mil), inclusive of applicable taxes, was paid for two plots of land which house the Felda House and Grand Felda House.

Breakfast briefing: Wednesday, October 25 (Update)

Breakfast briefing: Wednesday, October 25

FIC reaffirms that it is still owner of properties

PETALING JAYA: Felda Investment Corp Sdn Bhd (FIC) has reaffirmed that it is still the owner of the two companies in the British Virgin Islands, FIC London Hotel (Private) Ltd (FLH) and FIC Global Ltd (FGL), in response to claims made by Parti Keadilan Rakyat vice-president Rafizi Ramli.

Ex-Felda chairman held in graft probe

PUTRAJAYA: Anti-graft officers are focusing on abuse of power and corruption in their investigation into the purchase of two hotels by Felda Investment Corporation (FIC) following the arrest of former Felda chairman Tan Sri Mohd Isa Abdul Samad.

MACC probes hotel purchase

PUTRAJAYA: A Felda-owned hotel in the upmarket Kensington area in London is now in the spotlight as the anti-graft body launches a new probe.

Felda settlers still with Barisan, says Shahrir

JOHOR BARU: Felda’s month-old chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Samad believes that settlers are still with Barisan Nasional despite the recent graft allegations involving several top officers.

MPV driver just can’t forgive himself

MARANG: Minta maaf. Minta maaf. Saya minta maaf sangat sangat (I am sorry, I am truly sorry). Those were the words a distraught teacher Ahmad Nasal Abd Rahman, 52, kept repeating from his hospital bed in Kemaman.