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Gerbang Perdana denies submitting ‘outlandish claims’

Gerbang Perdana Selatan Bersepadu Sdn Bhd has denied submitting 'outlandish claims' for compensation following the cancellation of the Johor bridge project, which according to the Works Ministry had ballooned from RM100mil to RM360mil.


PAC yet to get report from A-G

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has yet to receive any report from the Auditor-General on the compensation to Gerbang Perdana Selatan Bersepadu Sdn Bhd, the contractor of the cancelled Johor bridge.


Gerbang Perdana’s claim balloons to RM360mil

The controversial RM100mil compensation sought by Gerbang Perdana Selatan Bersepadu Sdn Bhd for the cancellation of the Johor half-bridge project has shot up to RM360mil.


Hubris and hope

Do you realise that there are so many interesting dynamics going on in our country every day? Yes, it is so clear if we care to read avidly, points out TUN HANIF OMAR.


DBKL slammed over social graces course

Kuala Lumpur City Hall's (DBKL) decision to spend almost RM100,000 on a social grooming-cum-etiquette course for its top officials has drawn the ire of Federal Territory Members of Parliament.


Shahrir-Samy tiff settled

Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad considers his media war with Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu settled following the minister's letter of explanation sent to the committee.


‘Put A-G’s Chambers under Parliament’

The Attorney-General's Chambers should be removed from the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister's Department and put under Parliament again, Johor Baru MP Datuk Shahrir Samad said.


No show by Samy Vellu

Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu did not show up at a Public Accounts Committee meeting with the Works Ministry in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.


The man who made a difference

A Malaysian hero passed away last week, sadly, unbeknownst to many. Tan Sri Ahmad Noordin Zakaria continued to talk the talk and walk the walk of personal integrity and public accountability long after he retired as Auditor-General in 1986. SHAILA KOSHY reports.


Panel: Not a norm to call minister, but it’s of public interest

It is not the norm for ministry officials, let alone a minister, to be called to meet the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), its chairman Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad said.