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Govt move to lower house prices

KUCHING: The state government plans to flood the market with affordable homes as part of efforts to bring down housing prices.


Fatimah: No reason not to hire qualified locals

KUCHING: Sarawakians should get civil service jobs in their home state as long as they qualify, says a local minister, responding to complaints that too many teachers in Sarawak were from other parts of Malaysia.


Lam: If majority keep silent, extemists become stronger

RAUB: All right-thinking Malaysians should stand up for moderation so that the country will continue to enjoy peace and prosperity, Pahang MCA deputy chairman Tan Sri Lam Kam Sang said.


Tourists welcomed, but safety first

I AM quite relieved that the government has waived the visa fee, not visa requirement, for visitors from China.

Metro Biz

New residential project unveiled in area

Property developer Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd has launched its latest development, Parkhill Residence, which is set to be a new iconic residential haven amid lush greenery in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.


Families and schools in Johor to recieve post-flood relief

PASIR GUDANG: A team from the Pasir Gudang District Education Department will be sending post-flood relief aid to help families and schools in Maran, Pahang.


Let people know GST should not be an issue for property buyers

DEVELOPERS have been advised to inform the public that the impending goods and services tax (GST) should not be an issue for property buyers.


Gambling in the new age

COLLEGE students, traders and even civil servants have found a lucrative new source of income — taking bets through an illegal gambling franchise.


Housewives to tip off police

MALACCA: The Malacca police contingent took delivery of several new patrol vehicles to enhance the value of its crime busting unit.


Illegal gambling ceases as cops keep close watch

MANY operators of the illegal number betting in Klang Valley have ceased collecting bets in view of the presence of plainclothes policemen conducting surveillance, following the front-page story “Dial-a-bet” in StarMetro.