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More surprises in today’s papers

By Seah Chiang Nee


Taliworks exploring water projects in China and Sumatra

TALIWORKS Corp Bhd is evaluating the potential of infrastructure projects in China and Sumatra, said chairman Datuk Zabir Bajuri.


Italian machinery to make waves

ITALIAN plastic working machinery are set to make big waves this country with the setting up of the Malaysian-Italian Plastics Technology centre In Shah Alam.


Rewarding teachers who strive to do better

The Education Ministry has finally addressed a long-standing problem faced by teachers in primary schools who have graduated with degrees from local or overseas universities writes V.K.Chin.


Good that Singapore Dream is over

Last week, my colleagues and I spoke to 50 of our peers. Their sobering responses confirmed some of our niggling suspicions - namely, those of us who left school for work from 1997 onwards have seen our careers stymied from the start, if not sputter to a stop.


ABF upgrades plants to raise output

ASEAN Bintulu Fertiliser Sdn Bhd (ABF) is undertaking a major revamp of its urea and ammonia plants in Bintulu, Sarawak to boost production capacity.


RM50mil more to finish highway

CONSTRUCTION group MTD Capital Bhd is forking out RM50mil from internal funds to ensure completion of the long-delayed Package 2 of Malaysia#039;s second East-West Highway project by year#039;s end.

Other Sport

RM1.5mil for new carpet grass at National Stadium

The pitch at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil here will soon be resurfaced with carpet (cow) grass #8211; the preferred surface for football matches.


New concepts at Puchong project

TAKING a boat ride, jet skiing or fishing after work, and still be home in time for dinner. It is possible to accomplish all these if you are a resident of the 345-acre Taman Tasik Prima in Puchong, a joint-venture development between Bolton Bhd and Prima Nova Group.


MIC pays tribute to 10 mothers

Ten mothers, who had raised their children to greater heights despite the odds, were recognised by the MIC yesterday.