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Holes blown in dikes to control floods in China

Five people have died and more than 370,000 have been evacuated as huge holes were blown in dikes in east China to tackle flood waters that are at record highs, officials said yesterday.

Business

Peremba gets RM529mil KL flood mitigation job

Peremba Construction Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PECD Bhd, has been awarded a RM528.88mil contract for Kuala Lumpur Flood Mitigation (KLFM) project package B, superseding the Batu Pond (Gombak) Advance Works Interim Letter of Award of RM80mil.

Business

Peremba gets RM645mil for KL flood mitigation job

The Government will finance the Kuala Lumpur Flood itigation Project - Package B (KLFM), undertaken by Peremba Construction Sdn Bhd, through deferred payment facilities totalling RM645mil involving Bank Pembangunan Infrastruktur Malaysia Bhd (BPIMB).

Nation

Nearly RM1.5bil set aside for Sarawak

The Federal Government has approved nearly RM1.5bil for flood mitigation and drainage projects in Sibu, Miri and Bintulu under the Ninth Malaysia Plan.

Nation

Film on tunnel over Astro

An hour-long documentary on the SMART tunnel will be aired over Astro's Channel 50 at 9pm on Sunday.

Lifestyle

Film on tunnel over Astro

An hour-long documentary on the SMART tunnel will be aired over Astro's Channel 50 at 9pm on Sunday.

Nation

Higher toll expected for SMART tunnel

Road users should be prepared to pay higher toll for a newly opened road tunnel here because of its cost, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.

Nation

PM wants flood alleviation projects completed fast

Thousands of Klang Valley folk came to work to KL yesterday, only to find the city in a huge mess after a four-hour downpour had left many places in town under water.

Letters

Builders must see to drainage

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Kuala Lumpur

Nation

Smart Tunnel passes live test

The Smart Tunnel closure on Monday was justified, as it was the first time the system was put to a real test and proved effective in diverting floodwater, SMART project director John Abraham said.