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Much-awaited Pan Borneo project will induce a multiplier economic effect

BINTULU: Today marks the official start of the Pan Borneo Highway construction, a project first talked about when Malaysia was formed in 1963.

Nation

An uplifting event indeed!

GEORGE TOWN: Residents here are awaiting the historic moment tomorrow when Datuk Patahiyah Ismail takes her oath as the first mayor of the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).

Community

Worried for future of MIC

JOHOR BARU: MIC deputy president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam has stressed that his decision to vie for top post has nothing to do with him being vengeful or hasty but for the survival of the party.

Views

Adenan keeping his cards close to his chest on state elections

Et Cetera - By Sharon Ling
There's still over a year to go before the current term of the State Legislative Assembly expires but already speculations have started on when the next state elections will be held.

Community

Official appointment still preferred to local council elections

LOCAL council elections will happen but just not now, Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan said.

Community

Break-in at MP’s service centre

SIBU: Lanang MP Alice Lau lost a desktop computer when her service centre was broken into.

Community

Barisan’s friends or foes?

LAST week I wrote about Tan Sri Adenan Satem becoming the kind of chief minister no one saw coming.

Community

Pahang MB considers setting up special bureau to look into welfare of Chinese and Indians

KUANTAN: Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob will consider setting up a special bureau to look after the Chinese and Indian communities’ welfare in view of its absence in representation in the state executive council.

Community

DAP: Give states more space

KUCHING: Like the Sabah Assembly speaker, Sarawak DAP is also calling on the Federal Government to loosen its grip on the Malaysian states on Borneo.

Community

Fewer NGO reps in MBPJ

THE Selangor government’s pledge to allocate at least 25% of councillors from non-governmental organisation (NGO) and professionals is not reflected in the present line-up of Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) councillors.