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First package of Sarawak highway project completed

New road connects Sematan to hidden tourism jewel Telok Melano


Winds of change likely in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s fluid political movement is set to overflow into the New Year with pundits anticipating more realignment as Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal holds on to his control of the state.


Malaysian economy: Glass half full or half empty

THE Malaysian economy is expected to face another tumultuous year in 2019 as it is being challenged by on-going domestic adjustments and rising external headwinds, particularly lingering uncertainties about the state of the US-China trade disputes and further tightening of the US interest rates.


Anifah Aman will form own party, say sources

KOTA KINABALU: Kimanis MP Datuk Seri Anifah Aman will not be joining any national political party, say sources.


Rules education in overdrive

AS the year ever so rapidly draws to a close and golf clubs and the corporate world slowly but surely ease into a state of slow-mo, the custodians of the game are still busy trying to get across the message of what the new rules mean and how they impact the sport.


Shelling out more for eggs

GEORGE TOWN: The simple egg omelette is going to be more expensive now.


More than 100 victims scammed over fake 'Musang King' investment plan

KOTA KINABALU: A "Musang King" investment plan that promises attractive returns with low deposits has resulted in over 155 people being cheated and more than RM3.1mil of losses incurred over the past four months.

Metro News

Make chartered flights a reality, CM urged

 SARAWAK Chief Minister must start the chartered flights for Sarawak students to return home during the festive season as promised, said state DAP vice-chairman David Wong.

Corporate News

Penang Port may lose 20% of cargo traffic volume

BUTTERWORTH: The Penang Port may be at risk of losing 20 per cent of its cargo traffic volume unless its logistics' efficiency improves, said Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) Joint Business Council (JBC) Malaysia Chairman Datuk Faudzi Naim Noh.


PM: Union leaders cannot be mere picket organizers

SHAH ALAM: Workers must choose trustworthy union leaders who can adapt with changes and not mere picket organisers, says the Prime Minister.