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More options for ratepayers

JOHOR BARU: Ratepayers under three major local councils, involving more than 500,000 households, can opt to pay their assessment rates for the new year through Internet banking, post offices and at Urban Transformation Centres (UTC) to avoid the run-around following the recent realignment and delineation exercise.


Pahang Buddhist Association’s dialysis centre to benefit the poor

KUANTAN: More renal patients will benefit once the Pahang Buddhist Association’s haemodialysis centre branch in Mentakab is open to the public.


Arab, Kurdish forces to get more support to fight Islamic State - Hollande

PARIS (Reuters) - Arab and Kurdish forces will be given additional support to help retake Islamic State's bastions in Syria and Iraq, French President Francois Hollande said on Thursday, adding that 2016 had to be the year of transition in Syria.

Corporate News

Japan’s parcel delivery giant becomes GDEX’s substantial shareholder

KUALA LUMPUR: Tokyo-listed courier and logistics company Yamato Holdings Co Ltd, through unit Yamato Asia Pte Ltd, has emerged as a substantial shareholder of local parcel delivery firm GD Express Carrier Bhd (GDEX) by taking up a 10% stake for RM217.31mil.


SCGM says tie-up with KTC will lift revenue

KUALA LUMPUR: Leading thermo-vacuum formed plastic packaging manufacturer SCGM Bhd aims to increase revenue contribution from Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei to 15% over the next three years.

Making Progress

Building cities that thrive: A need for a comprehensive urban policy

The rate of urbanisation in Malaysia between 2010-2015 was 2.49%. This remains significant because close to 75% of Malaysia’s population live in urban areas.


Italy name 10 uncapped players in Six Nations squad

(Reuters) - Italy look set to blood a host of new faces in the Six Nations championship after naming 10 uncapped players in their 30-man squad on Wednesday for the first two games of the tournament.


Austria announces plan to slash asylum claims

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria declared on Wednesday it would cap the number of people allowed to claim asylum this year at less than half last year's total, and its chancellor said border controls would have to be stepped up "massively"; but how that would be done was unclear.


Spring-cleaning time a bonus for some

Chinese New Year is a busy month for charity organisations as they collect and put recyclable items to good use.


Kota Kemuning a driver’s nightmare