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A COMMUNITY recycling centre, which has been operating in Kuala Lumpur for over a decade, has to move out as the landowner wants the site back for a carpark.
JOHOR BARU: Police have arrested three people, including a married couple, for allegedly supplying drugs to private parties and entertainment centres here.
Today, Senegalese women dress as Signares for their festival shimmer. But the dresses represent a colonial-era class of female traders of gold, ivory and slaves who once strutted their wealth in West African trading hubs.
Welcome to 'birthday cafes' where fans gather to celebrate idols' birthdays ... although the birthday boys and girls do not actually show up.
DOHA (Reuters) - On the outskirts of Doha, low-rise apartment blocks are starting to take shape that will house many of the soccer fans due to descend on the Qatari capital next year for the World Cup 2022.
SELANGOR State Development Corporation (PKNS) has continued its strategic partnership with Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) for the third year to assist the asnaf (tithe recipients) community to own comfortable homes.
MANILA (Bloomberg): The Ivy League-educated son of a prominent Philippine congresswoman wants to build the largest solar power plant in South-East Asia using proceeds from an initial public offering next month.
Miss Thu Trang travelled to Ho Chi Minh City in 2019, ecstatic to get a job at a factory. She worked eight-hour shifts and was guaranteed overtime pay, and the wages were nearly triple what she had made as a farmer back home.
THE office market remains in the dumps. Downtown vacancy rates are the highest they’ve been since 1994. Many central business districts have now had seven straight quarters where more office space was vacated than was leased.
The son of a prominent Philippine congresswoman is attempting to build the largest solar farm in South East Asia, which could power 800,000 homes when completed.