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Kelantan seeks logging approval

In a move to raise revenue, Kelantan will approach the Federal Government for approval to extract logs from areas more than 1,000m above sea level.

AseanPlus News

No rise in govt fees for one year

ALL government fees will stay frozen and not be raised for one year when the goods and services tax (GST) goes up from 5% to 7%.

World

Fidel Castro's era in Cuba may be over - experts

HAVANA (Reuters) - Fidel Castro's absence on Saturday from a major military parade in his honor was the surest sign yet that his 47-year-long reign as Cuba's undisputed leader has come to an end, experts said.

World

Casinos rising revenue source for American Indians

PAWHUSKA, Oklahoma (Reuters Life!) - Some time in the future, David Conrad says the Osage American Indian tribal government would like its revenue to come from business activities other than gambling.

Community

Formula needed for rateable value of property

Sarawak local authorities, in cooperation with the state, need to devise a fair formula to determine the rateable value of properties for the purpose of fixing assessment rates.

Nation

A window of spending opportunity

In a global downturn, the confidence factor is all-important, so the Government has chosen to spend in its RM7bil stimulus package.

Nation

Constant battle to stay afloat

To keep online news websites and portals afloat is a big struggle and it is even a greater challenge to make it a profitable business venture.

World

ANALYSIS - Battle lines drawn over soda, junk food taxes

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Increasingly vocal calls for taxes on sugary drinks and junk food are fueling a behind- the-scenes battle that public health officials say is reminiscent of America's war on cigarettes.

Nation

BN rep wants Terengganu govt to have proper plans

A Barisan Nasional backbencher on Tuesday asked the Terengganu government to prepare proper plans for every development project instead of resorting to 'ad hoc implementation.'

Community

State govt urged to have plans for project

KUALA TERENGGANU: A Barisan Nasional (BN) backbencher has urged the Terengganu government to prepare more comprehensive development plan instead of resorting to ad hoc implementation.