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Polls panel to keep tabs on cyberspace campaigning

The Election Commission (EC) will monitor material posted on the Internet during campaigning period for polling offences including the circulation of sensitive issues.

Foster Wheeler plans RM50m biomass IPP in Perlis

FINLAND#146;s power producing company Foster Wheeler Group has agreed in principle to set up a RM50mil biomass-based energy plant in Kangar, Perlis.

Knowing your staff

Sun Tzu's Management Leadership. A weekly column by Dr Ong Hean Tatt. This week he says that the hardest part of the work of a leader is to mix with, understand and motivate his staff.

Rais: Police to act against Internet election offences

It will be up to the police to take action against those who commit polling offences on the Internet, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said.

No more cost for TNB after UBS settlement

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) does not expect to incur more than what has been accounted for after a dispute with Swiss investment bank UBS AG was settled out of court, said the company#039;s chairman Datuk Awang Adek Hussain.

Aussie striker Cardozo gets straight down to work upon arrival

Former Australian international Pablo Fabricio Cardozo took Penang by surprise Thursday with his enthusiasm in his bid to ply his trade in South-East Asia for the first time.

Analysts see higher oil prices ahead after Opec output cut

Analysts predicted that oil prices will increase from already uncomfortably high levels, following an Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) decision to cut its output target by 4% starting yesterday.

News in brief

News briefs on Genting, Rapind Synergy, Mithril, Kumpulan Emas, Consolidated Farms, Wong Enginering and Reliance

MD: TSH deserves better PE ratio

IT is no surprise that TSH Resources Bhd group managing director Datuk Kelvin Tan is less than happy about the price-earnings (PE) ratio the company's shares are commanding.

Singer Sheila's joy reflected in new song

When jazz queen Sheila Majid sings I>Cinta Kita/I(I>Our Love/I>), the title track of her new album, she renders it with much passion, as the song also speaks of her newfound happiness #8211; she is pregnant.