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PDC accepts UDA plan to sell Tropical Island stake

PENANG: The Penang Development Corporation (PDC), the state development agency, has accepted an offer by Uda Holdings Bhd (UDA) to sell its stake in Tropical Island Resort Sdn Bhd (TIRSB) to Ideal Property Development Sdn Bhd (Ideal) for RM156 million.

Riots, demolitions leave 30,000 homeless in Nigeria's megacity, rights group says

LAGOS (Reuters) - Some 30,000 residents of the Nigerian megacity Lagos have become homeless because of state-ordered demolitions and riots among slum dwellers competing for jobs and space, residents and a rights group said on Thursday.

Scientex to build RM107mil stretch film plant in Arizona

PETALING JAYA: Packaging manufacturer and property developer Scientex Bhd has ploughed US$25mil (RM107mil) into setting up a new stretch film facility in Arizona, the United States.

Paramount plans RM700mil project in Sungai Petani

A total of 4,480 property units will be built over 10 years

War of words over insensitive remarks

THE calm and order of the current state assembly sitting was disrupted on the ninth day yesterday following a series of heated arguments involving the assemblymen from both sides of the political divide.

Barred eagle owls spotted in Miri

MIRI: Rare species of eagle owls have been found living freely in the Miri Piasau Nature Reserve that is already famous as a natural habitat for rare species of hornbills.

Penang council instructed to map out development projects

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Island City Council has been instructed to map out planned and ongoing developments along the river basin and the fringe of hills.

Helping youths increase income

KUDAT: The Sabah government will expand the rural entrepreneurship centres (PKDs) to help rural youths venture into business activities and entrepreneurship, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman.

Poor planning led to recent floods, says Gerakan

PENANG Gerakan secretary Hng Chee Wey has questioned theeffectiveness of the RM38mil spent on flood mitigation projects bythe current state government so far.

Barisan quizzes state government on Pulau Jerejak development plans

GEORGE TOWN: State Barisan Nasional chairman Teng Chang Yeow wants to know if the delay by the Penang government in gazetting Pulau Jerejak as a forest reserve was caused by its plans to develop Pulau Jerejak.