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Figure this out

Do we say “a 5 week and 3 day run-up” or “a 5 week and 3 days run-up”? Are there hyphens in the phrase “a three-year-old kid”? – Jacky

Peaceful township for families

LOOKING through past stories written for this column, I found myself thinking about my old neighbourhood. It was a quiet neighbourhood with a large community park close by and a relaxing beach, about five minutes’ drive away from my home.

The high life money can buy

Regional property markets cooling after a combination of factors

Johor continues to get housing complaints, banks ‘overly cautious’ on loans

JOHOR BARU: Johor state authorities continue to receive complaints from rejected first-time house buyers who are financially qualified to buy affordable houses in Johor. Mentri Besar Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin said: “Banks are becoming overly cautious and this is not good for the property sector and also to encourage homeownership for all Malaysians especially first time buyers.’’

Sarawak top developer turns 20

THERE is never an end to birthday celebrations, especially for Naim Holdings Bhd which marked its 20th anniversary milestone with a few dinner parties.

Industry lauds review of housing density rules

KUCHING: The real estate fraternity greeted the state government’s announcement on densification with a round of applause at the Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association (Sheda) awards ceremony.

KNU tenants given until end of the year to move out or risk legal action

UDA Holdings Bhd will not delay its redevelopment plans for Kompleks Niaga Utama (KNU) in Bangsar despite protests by some of the remaining tenants over their eviction.

Menara Shell scores another win

MALAYSIAN Resources Corporation Bhd’s (MRCB) Menara Shell project has again bagged a top property award at the Malaysian Property Press Awards 2015 (MPPA 2015), taking the Best Office category, while its 9 Seputeh project won the Best High-rise Condominium.

Ringgit opens higher against US$ on Thursday Nov 19

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened higher in early trade against the US dollar lifted by renewed buying support for the local unit, dealers said.

Asia Forex: Ringgit, Taiwan dollar, won, yuan rise

The following table shows rates for Asian currencies against the dollar at 0131 GMT(0931 Malaysian time) on Thursday Nov 19.