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Towering problem for Marina

She was known for her fiery political speeches, especially after she switched from the establishment to the opposition. But politics no longer holds centrestage for Marina Yusoff who is fighting tooth and nail to regain possession of Menara Marina. S.C. CHEAH reports.


Expomal plans annual open day for expo tips

Expomal International Sdn Bhd, an exhibition and conference organiser, is planning for an annual open-day event to provide better guidelines for local traders participating in exhibitions.


Bandar Botanic’s new pull

THE award-winning Bandar Botanic in Klang has a new 'hot' addition that is sure to draw people to buy its elegant houses.


Theme park for KLIA

Passengers alighting at the KL International Airport can look forward to enjoying rides in a theme park, in a plan put forward by Malaysia Airports noshade size=1 width=50%>


Transforming – the Idris Jala way

DATUK SERI Idris Jala, the man from Bario in the highlands of Sarawak and a career Shell person until he moved to Malaysia Airlines to take a challenging role to turn the ailing national airline around, is of course no stranger to transformation.


Dealing with subsidies is serious business, it cost RM74bil in 2009

SUBSIDIES in the country, which reached a staggering sum of RM74bil in 2009, will be the thrust of discussion over the next few days as the Cabinet and the public will examine the ambitious plan hatched to minimise and eventually remove the burden to the Government.


A tough balancing act

DAMNED if you do, damned if you don't.


Using better alternatives

Companies that have been riding on subsidies need to find other means to stay competitive


Datuk Seri Idris Jala answers your 10 questions

Minister in the Prime Minister's DepartmentDatuk Seri Idris Jala fields the 10 questions posed by our readers.


Che Khalib: Accept reality of subsidy, depleting gas

TANJUNG MALIM: Subsidy reduction for gas is a reality Malaysians must accept in the face of depleting natural gas resources and rising costs, says Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) chief executive officer Datuk Seri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh.