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Disciplinary panel set up for NS camps

A disciplinary committee has been set up to enforce regulations at national service camps nationwide, said National Service Training Council Chairman Prof Datuk Dr Ahmad Fawzi Mohd Basri yesterday.

Ex-head of Tung Pao loses appeal over failed suit

The High Court dismissed yesterday an appeal by Tan Boon Pun, the former chairman of Tung Pao Sdn Bhd against the striking out of his suit against Datuk Tan Heng Chew, the chairman of Warisan TC Holdings Berhad and seven others.

Defendants fail in bid to disqualify law firm

The High Court yesterday dismissed an application by Datuk Tan Heng Chew, the chairman of Warisan TC and the seven other companies named as defendants in a winding-up suit, to disqualify law firm Shearn Delamore from acting for Tan Chong group co-founder Datuk Tan Kim Hor, the petitioner.

Various kinks to iron out

Feedback on The Boh Cameronian Arts Awards continues to simmer after two weeks. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM is all ears.

UDA investing RM360mil in two Penang projects

UDA Holdings Bhd will invest RM360mil in two new housing and commercial projects in Tanjung Tokong, Penang.

Small, medium-sized builders remain upbeat

THERE may be growing concern that large companies in the construction sector will find it tough to secure new jobs, but it will not be wishful thinking on the part of the medium and small companies to expect their order books to exceed RM1bil this year.

Contest to promote heritage conservation

Badan Warisan Malaysia (National Heritage Trust) has launched the fifth Cycle of the Mubin Sheppard Memorial Prize, aimed at stimulating students' awareness of, and research into, the conservation of Malaysia's built heritage.

Mixed reaction to government aid for heritage buildings

While heritage advocates welcome the proposed amendments to the Town and Country Planning Act 1976, building owners and ratepayers here feel that some amendments should be reconsidered.

300,000 attend nation’s biggest CNY do

Royalty, politicians and tourists joined thousands of revellers from both sides of the Johor Straits for the country's biggest Chinese New Year party on the fringes of the city's Lido beach.

Spot’s day out

Compiled by Tan LEE KUEN