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Liew Lai Jing writes on TNB, Gamuda, CAHB, UDA and Hunza Properties.


MRCB: No offer to buy KL Sentral stake

MALAYSIAN Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has not received any indication or proposal from UDA Holdings Bhd or any other party to acquire its equity interest in Kuala Lumpur Sentral Sdn Bhd.



Hanim Adnan writes on Genting, IOI Corp, OYL, TNB and MRCB.


Santubong fishermen have difficulties making ends meet due to rising cost

KUCHING: Fishermen in Santubong near here are facing difficulties making ends meet nowadays as prices of goods are ever increasing while facing competition from other fishermen.


SMC bent on making Sibu a safe town

SIBU: The Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) is to place more emphasis on making Sibu a safe town for all to live, work and play in, chairman Datuk Tiong Thai King said yesterday.


Mukah FA Cup kicks off with six teams in the fray

MUKAH: The FA Cup competition has kicked off at Dalat-Mukah District Council Padang Mesra here with six out of the initial eight teams participating.


No exemption from arrest for protesting Penans, warns Masing

MIRI: The Penan protesters in Murum cannot expect to be exempted from being arrested by the police if they continue with their moves to interrupt the Murum hydroeletric dam project, warns Senior Minister Tan Sri Dr James Masing.


Penans reject offer of RM16,000 per family to move out of Murum valley

MIRI: The remaining Penan villagers in the Murum valley have rejected an initial offer of RM16,000 per family in compensation from the state government to move out of their longhouses.


Flood victims of Ulu Baram request for immediate disbursement of aid, says community elder

MIRI: Flood-hit folk in rural Sarawak are appealing to the Federal Government to commence the distribution of Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) immediately in view of their current situation.


More people into big bikes nowadays, notes club founder

SIBU: The number of people taking up big bikes as a hobby here is definitely on the rise if the registration figure of Razz Chopper Motor Club is anything to go by.