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The power of two in Bukit Jalil City

BUKIT Jalil City, the collaborative integrated lifestyle development between Malton Bhd and the Pavilion group, is wooing investors and homebuyers at a time when the property market is facing a slowdown.


Short Position

TUMBLING oil prices in 2014 drove many out of a job and forced oil companies to work harder to lower cost to survive.


Driverless cars confront rules written for humans

WASHINGTON: When the US government finally got around to regulating auto safety in 1967, it insisted that every car have seatbelts and that the steering column be engineered to absorb impact so it wouldn’t spear the driver.


Having the drive to opt for public transport

Citycism - By Shahlini Ravindran
Greater comfort, convenience and connectivity are needed for a mindset change.


21 roads closed for National Day and SEA Games closing

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 21 roads in the city will be closed for the National Day celebrations and the closing ceremony of the 29th SEA Games.


Parties weigh in on state LRT plan

GEORGE TOWN: After running a fine toothcomb over the Bayan Lepas LRT plan, Penang MCA and Gerakan have come up with a list of possible improvements.


Floral saplings for National Day

THREE thousand Tecoma (Tabebuia spp.) trees will be planted at 13 locations in Seberang Prai, Penang, in conjunction with this year’s 60th National Day celebration.


Bus plunges into Black Sea in Russia, killing 14 people

MOSCOW (Reuters) - At least 14 people were killed in southern Russia when a bus plunged into the Black Sea on Friday, Russian investigators said.

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Man, 36, arrested after driving car into sea in Sentosa Cove

SINGAPORE: A 36-year-old man who drove his car into the sea in Sentosa Cove on Friday was taken to hospital, along with a Sentosa ranger who was involved in a traffic accident with him.


Missing drain cover in Shah Alam tripping up drivers

A missing drain cover in Alam Avenue 2, dating back at least to June, has resulted in drivers driving over the hole and trapping and damaging their vehicle.