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Saifuddin: Talks on raw water price review started last month

KLANG: Negotiations on the review of the price of raw water supplied by Malaysia to Singapore started last month, said Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.


Singapore, Malaysia must comply fully with 1962 water agreement, says MFA

SINGAPORE: Singapore has reiterated that both Malaysia and the Republic have to adhere fully to the 1962 water agreement, after Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad criticised the price of raw water sold to Singapore as “ridiculous” and said he planned to renegotiate the pact’s terms.


Delay in Selangor water plans slightly negative for Salcon

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research says the delays in the water consolidation in Selangor is slightly negative for Salcon’s tender book, as most of the group’s RM2bil jobs in tender are outside of Selangor.


Volume Two of Tun Dr Mahathir's letters to the world: Frank

The former PM Tun Dr Mahathir shares letters he wrote to world leaders during his two-decade long premiership.


Selangor water supply under threat

PETALING JAYA: River pollution caused water treatment plants in Selangor – the country’s richest state – to shut down 42 times last year, disrupting supply to thousands of consumers for 2,838 hours.


More ‘moderately’ polluted rivers despite drop in high-pollution cases

PETALING JAYA: More of Malaysia’s rivers are being recorded as polluted, with 49 rivers having Water Quality Index ratings of 59 and below.


Dirty water major cause of disruption

EXCLUSIVE: Water treatment plants in rivers across the country are becoming more vulnerable to pollution, resulting in the rising number of unscheduled supply cuts.


Deadline ends today and no progress in Selangor water talks

KLANG: The deadline for both the Selangor and Federal governments to renegotiate the state’s water restructuring exercise deal ends today.


Azmin Ali: Water talks with Putrajaya have resumed

SHAH ALAM: The Federal and Selangor governments have resumed water talks after Putrajaya agreed to the provisions in the Master Agreement which was signed on Sept 12 last year, said Mentri Besar Azmin Ali.


NGOs: Stop politicking and resume water talks

PETALING JAYA: The Selangor and Federal governments must stop pointing fingers at each other over the deadlocked water industry restructuring plan and return to the negotiating table, say three non-governmental organisations.