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Samy: Safety measures a major priority for highway

Safety measures will be taken in building the RM1.2bil Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya Highway, said Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu.

Recalling hill in the old days

RETIRED senior lawyer Lim Kean Chye remembers his late father Lim Cheng Ean, a Cambridge-trained lawyer and a legislative councillor in the 1930s, taking his children on long walks along the trails up Penang Hill.

Growing up in seclusion

Growing up on Penang Hill, Beh Wing Meng and his eight elder siblings had roam freely and played hide-and-seek in the late philanthropist Khoo Sian Ewe's bungalow.

Good response to BDRB condos

BANDAR Raya Developments Bhd (BDRB) has yet to fix the unit prices for its upcoming RM500mil Binjai luxury condominium project near the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), but foreign investors are already making a beeline for a piece of the real estate, to be designed by famous architect, Norman Foster.

Worst floods in recent years

Compiled by IVY SOON (Dec 12 -18)

Ring road reopens to all traffic

The Middle Ring Road 2 will be reopened to all traffic today. However, drivers will only have access to two of the three lanes on each side of the road.

ACPI confident of returning to the black

PRECAST concrete products manufacturer ACP Industries Bhd (ACPI) is confident that its current order book of RM500mil will be a good base for it to return to the black in the current financial year ending March 31, 2005.

All aboard the Hilton Auckland

It took 50 years before Hilton International found the perfect spot for its first hotel in New Zealand. Auckland - the City of Sails - now has a hotel to live up to its reputation. Hilton Auckland, located by the waterfront, resembles a luxury cruise ship of the Art Deco era. KEE HUA CHEE paid thehotel a visit.

Last link in French marvel completed

French workers put together the last link in the world's highest bridge on Friday, completing a technological marvel in southwestern France that is set to open to motorists by the end of the year.

Vancouver’s Chinatown

A trip to Vancouver in Canada turns into a lesson on multiculturalism as JOHNNI WONG discovers the many facets of this maritime city set against snow-capped mountains and picturesque harbours.