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State may consider buying Khazanah properties

KOTA ISKANDAR: The Johor government does not rule out the possibility of buying several properties owned by Khazanah Nasional Bhd in Iskandar Puteri including Legoland Malaysia.

Census to seek views on how to improve areas in KL

THINK City Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional Berhad, in partnership with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), will conduct a census in several locations in Kuala Lumpur in December.

What’s the big deal about GrabCar?

SEVENTY eight percent of Malaysians households either own or drive a car, according to a Khazanah Research Institute study last year and even though the average car emits about 170g of CO2 per kilometer, for KL-ites not owning a car can be quite debilitating.

Carrying a proud message

BEING heavily pregnant was no deterrent for Shafiah Mohamed Sharifudeen as she joined a group of loving Malaysians for the Anak- Anak Malaysia Walk 2016.

Collaborating for the future

UN-HABITAT and Malaysian non-profit Think City are initiating a strategic partnership to advocate and promote the New Urban Agenda (NUA) and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), specifically SDG 11, which aims to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

Flying ahead with clear vision

SOME 20,000 employees of our national airline got their much-awaited or dreaded letter this week. I have seen the letter and overall I think it is a fair deal.

Highway construction continues to cause much grief for residents

Angry residents are protesting against construction work on the EKVE that supposedly had a standing stop-work order, alleging that the development has resulted in environmental damage as well as property damage to their homes and residences.

Taman Tugu project gets the go-ahead

THE Taman Tugu project’s 27ha urban forest park has received all the key approvals needed for it to kick off.

More support for MASwings move

KUCHING: Four worker unions and associations from Sarawak and Sabah have expressed their support for the suggested takeover of MASwings by the east Malaysian state governments.