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Olympic-size ice-skating rink ready by mid-May for SEA Games

PETALING JAYA: The Mammoth Empire group is targeting to have its ice-skating rink ready by the middle of next month in preparation for the 29th SEA Games.

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Emico to supply SEA Games prizes

EMICO Holdings Bhd has been appointed official supplier of medals and souvenir items to the 22nd SEA Games, scheduled to be held in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh in December.

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CIDB keen on Laos SEA Games projects

Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) is looking for opportunities to develop the sports facilities and infrastructure in Laos as the country prepares to host the SEA Games in 2009.

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All eyes on Empire City

SEA Games ice hockey and figure skating to be held in the mall’s ice skating rink.

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Empire City gets green light to open Olympic-size skating rink

PETALING JAYA: The Mammoth Empire group has unofficially opened one of the six zones in its Empire City development housing an Olympic-sized skating rink to host the 29th SEA Games.

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Diary Malaysia Thursday Aug 10

KUALA LUMPUR: ALL TIMES ARE PROVISIONAL AND IN LOCAL TIME FOLLOWED BY GMT IN BRACKETS

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Stuck in 1930’s Australia

OUR nation recently celebrated its 60th Merdeka Day and the just concluded SEA Games.

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MRCB’s subsidiary hands over Project 1 of KL Sports City

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd’s (MRCB) subsidiary Rukun Juang Sdn Bhd, which was tasked with developing the Kuala Lumpur Sports City, has finished Project 1 - the critical first phase of the RM1.34bil privatisation project.

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Sports marketing gaining ground

Dentsu considers it as a platform to promote and build brands.

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MRCB climbs past CIMB Research target price, KL Sports City 98% ready

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Malaysian Resources Corporation Bhd (MRCB) had on Thursday surged past CIMB Equities Research's target price as investors were upbeat about the prospects and that the KL Sports City (KLSC) project in Bukit Jalil was 98% completed.