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Playing hard to earn a living

AT a glance, sportsmen and women seem to have the perfect job - they are in a profession that they love and they make loads of money doing what they do. Insome countries, the amount of money in question is simply insane.


The making of a sports industry

2011 is the Year of Sports Industry for Malaysia. The goal is to built a viable and robust national sports industry, which includes hosting major international events and developing talent. What would it take?


Hua Yang set to maintain double-digit growth

PROPERTY developer Hua Yang Bhd is on track to complete another remarkable financial year, says its chief executive officer Ho Wen Yan.


In sports, it’s not just about money

SOMETIME in October last year, Paul Hannam, a regular visitor to our country wrote a letter to this newspaper about his elusive search for a Malaysian football jersey.


Avenion to spent RM20bil on 1Progres

SHAH ALAM: Avenion Companies expects to spend more than RM20bil over the next 10 to 15 years to spearhead and implement the 1Malaysia Programme for Green Solutions (1Progres), aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emission.


The price to pay for fitness

There are many options to getting fit from joining a gym to working out independently.


Malaysian developers win 4 top Fiabci awards

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian developers have won four top places out of the 14 categories contested in the Fiabci International Prix d' Excellence Award 2011 with another three being runners-up, making this year's outing the most lucrative.


Ensuring the success of affordable housing

News that affordable homes will soon be built through a partnership between the Government and private developers would certainly be welcomed by a growing number of Malaysians, particularly those struggling to buy their first house. Details of the programme will be revealed in two months. One hopes that it would not only be implemented in the Klang Valley where the issue is most pressing, but also in other locations where home prices have risen beyond affordability levels.


In a minority situation, do you stand out or lie low?

MY eldest son, currently pursuing his masters in London, finally got to watch Manchester United play.


Intensive cleaning of rivers is necessary in improving the quality of drinking water

IN an e-mail response to i>StarBizWeek/ion the sustainability issues in on Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin says the KL Structure Plan and the KL City Plan are blue prints that guide the development of the city up to 2020. Here are highlights of some areas that are being looked into to improve the city.