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Masing: NCR land can attract RM4.5b

Sarawak can attract investments totalling RM4.5bil if 280,000ha of Native Customary Rights (NCR) land earmarked for commercial oil palm plantations are developed, said state Land Development Minister Datuk Seri Dr James Jemut Masing.

Perak firm to invest RM60m in Kanowit plantation project

Putaran Bijak Sdn Bhd, based in Ipoh, is to invest about RM60mil in developing about 7,000ha of Native Customary Right (NCR) land here for an oil palm plantation.

Foundation offers scholarships

Children of armed forces personnel who performed well in last year's Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia or Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia examinations are invited to apply for scholarships from the Yayasan Warisan Parajurit Malaysia to study at the University of Nottingham.

Model for NCR land in Sarawak

Located about 60km from Sibu, this town of 29,000 predominantly Iban population sits nicely on the banks of Sungai Rajang, the country's longest river.

Fashion concept store launched

METROJAYA department store has been around for three decades and, now, there is also MJ by Metrojaya.

For youth and young at heart

FIRST there was Ikea, then Ikano Power Centre, Tesco Hypermarket and The Curve joined the neighbourhood. And now, Cineleisure is the latest mall to open in the Mutiara Damansara neighbourhood.

Penang keen to have theme parks

P/B>ENANG is keen on two proposals from international investors for an adventure-themed park in Pulau Jerejak and a water-themed park in Teluk Kum-bar.

Worrisome workers’ quarters

Petaling Jaya mayor Mohamad Roslan Sakiman declared the city free of squatters last month, but there seems to be one growing in the backyard of Perdana Emerald Condominium and Serviced Apartments in Mutiara Damansara.

Business ventures beckon in Venezuela

Jottings from Caracas: By PAUL GABRIEL

‘Four-star’ projects Work on two hotels in Weld Quay likely to start this year

THE architectural facade at the Weld Quay entry point for cruises to Penang is slated for a change with two new four-star hotels coming up there.