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60% of project allocation stolen

EXCLUSIVE:: In a shocking revelation, a senior government official said some 60% – close to RM2bil – of the RM3.3bil Federal Government allocation for water projects in Sabah was siphoned off into individual pockets.

Big boost for education

JOHOR BARU: A pilot project shows that a new learning programme incorporating 21st century techniques has shown positive results in Johor.

Johor building crematorium in Pasir Gudang

THE Johor government has allocated RM1.4mil to build a modern crematorium in Pasir Gudang following a request by the Hindu community there, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Keys to living a better life

TECHNICIAN R. Isai Mani had been living the past 20 years with his parents in their low-cost terrace house in Seberang Jaya on the Penang mainland.

Rainforest study centre on Penang Hill in the offing

GEORGE TOWN: Plans are in the pipeline to build a rainforest research centre on Penang Hill.

Promoting S’wak products abroad

KUCHING: The International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) plans to identify Sarawak entrepreneurs who have the potential to export their products.

Kampung Baru Jerlun residents to get bigger community hall

KAMPUNG Baru Jerlun folks were happy when the state government announced that a community hall will be built thanks to the Prime Minister’s Department but they wished it was a little bigger.

Pairin: Allegedly embezzled funds came from Federal-level ministry

KOTA KINABALU: The state government had nothing to do with the RM3.3bil federal allocations as it was directly channelled to the state water department from the Federal-level Rural and Regional Development Ministry.

Pahang Barisan reps pledge full support for Adnan's leadership

KUANTAN: All 29 Pahang Barisan Nasional state assemblymen Friday pledged full support for the leadership of Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob to continue leading the state government.

PCM: The rich are staying at LMC units

GEORGE TOWN: Imagine seeing a Honda HRV, Toyota Altis or a BMW superbike, each priced at more than RM100,000, parked at a low-medium-cost (LMC) apartment block in Bukit Gambier.