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641 to receive awards in conjunction with Kelantan Sultan’s birthday

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi heads the list of 641 people who will receive awards and medals in conjunction with the 59th birthday of the Sultan of Kelantan Tuanku Ismail Petra Sultan Yahya Petra today.

New hotel in the heart of the city

A brand new hotel right in the heart of the city has opened its doors. The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur is located on Jalan Conlay and it's a short walk to Pavilion KL from the hotel.

Boon for landowners

The opening up of native customary rights (NCR) land for large-scale oil palm plantations will bring several benefits besides payment of dividends to the landowners.

No more tall buildings in Penang’s heritage zone

There will not be any more new high rises in the heritage enclave. The Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) officially endorsed the abolishment of exceptions to the council's original 1996 policy of limiting the maximum height of buildings to 18m.

Penang reverts to 1996 height ruling for heritage enclave

GEORGE TOWN: From now on, buildings in Penang's heritage enclave cannot be taller than 18 metres.

Unesco likely to Yellow Flag George Town and Malacca

MALACCA: A Unesco committee which will meet in Spain next month is likely to issue a Yellow Flag or warning over George Town and Malacca City's joint status as World Heritage Sites.

State to keep developing NCR land

KANOWIT: Sarawak is constantly looking for ways to enhance Native Customary Rights (NCR) land development programmes.

Lim: They must comply with 18m height regulation for hotel projects

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) has instructed the developers of the four controversial hotel projects in inner George Town to comply with the 18m height or five-storey ruling.

A city for children

IMAGINE a replica of real city equipped with buildings, shops, theatres, streets as well as businesses and services, made and run by children.

Boost to heritage activists

THE four hotels which will be built in the heritage zone in Penang have agreed to scale down their developments to comply with the requirements set by George Town's listing as a Unesco World Heritage Site.