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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.

Harvesting an adventure in Long Semadoh

HI FOLKS, for a change, I figured I would write about an experience, rather than about equipment or other outdoor topics, although this is still something off the beaten path. Hopefully, some readers might be interested to try it, too.

Banking on strategic alliance

KUCHING: Shin Yang Shipping Corp Bhd (Syscorp) is capitalising on its strategic alliance with Northport to bolster its container shipping business.

Don't dictate development to the orang asli, ask them what they really need, says anthropologist

SERDANG: The development of the orang asli should be based on the needs of the community and not through a top-bottom approach, says a social anthropologist.

Looking for the magic touch

Some fairy dust is needed for the PKR rival teams to win its party polls in the state famous for phantom voters, electoral rigging and money politics.

Guan Eng: Fourteen 1MDB subsidiaries still operating

KUALA LUMPUR: Fourteen out of 22 subsidiary companies belonging to controversial 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) are still active, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.

6 off the beaten (jungle) trails in Malaysia

If you want to try something different on a hike, Malaysia offers some remarkable jungle and mountain trails.

Flash floods hit Puchong as motorists caught in massive jam

PETALING JAYA: Roads in Puchong were in gridlock after flash floods hit the area late Tuesday (Oct 2) afternoon following a downpour.

Growing business to explore

MIRI: Both Sabah and Sarawak are banking on local fruits to bring in revenue.