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ALOR SETAR: The water crisis in northern states is unlikely to get better with two dams in Kedah already hovering at the danger level.
KUANTAN: The Pahang state government plans to collect 80% of the state’s unused raw water that flows into the South China Sea daily.
Despite some level of uncertainty still surrounding proposed infrastructure projects in the country, investors in Malaysia’s listed construction firms remain unfazed.
CHINESE New Year came early for 2,000 senior citizens and 10 charitable homes when they received ang pows and donations from Che Hoon Khor Moral Uplifting Society Penang.
A letter from KOO WEE HON, Petaling Jaya.
FROM DR PAMELA YONG, deputy chairman of the Institute of Strategic Analysis and Policy Research (Insap)
BEAUFORT: Parti Warisan Sabah president Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal has reminded Kimanis constituents to vote for the candidate who can voice their needs ahead of the parliamentary by-election on Saturday (Jan 18).
SHAH ALAM: The euphoria of her three-gold feat at the SEA Games is long over and national gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi now has her mind on the Olympics.
SHAH ALAM: There’s plenty of hope now for the future for a once little-known sport, thanks to a geeky electrical engineering lecturer who turned out to be one of the best gamers in the region.
BEAUFORT: “Tatap” and “ubah balik” are the two oft-used words a trader hears among her customers at her food stall in Kampung Ambawa Kelatuan in the Kimanis parliamentary constituency.