Just heard from a reliable source that Dato Sri Kamal Hashim, the chairman of Abad Naluri, has resigned from his position with immediate effect.Kamal Hashim is presently the northern region director of The Star, which gave the launch of...
Before 1Malaysia, there was already OneHeart, the story of a multi-ethnic group of young Malaysians who wanted to run a business - without being driven by profits.Today, blog reader Mist commenting on my "Two Million Ringgit Man" posting observed: I...
Refuting a government ad blitz, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah insists that oil-producing states are entitled to a 5 per cent payment on all oil extracted, whether onshore or offshore.There is no such thing as a 3-nautical mile limit, he writes...
UPDATE: Polling closed at 5.30pm sharp on 15 June 2010. Just before it closed, it was 9,608 (about 66 per cent) saying No to the arches and 4,981 (about 34 per cent) saying Yes.URGENT ALERT: The percentage of those...
There is no reason why Penang and Malaysia cannot become a centre for research into green energy sources, especially solar energy (Photo credit: Wikipedia.org)I am dismayed that the Cabinet is seriously looking into nuclear energy as an alternative energy...
The PGCC developer has taken its road-show to Queensbay Mall Looks like the PR battle has begun. The Penang Global City Centre developer is on a road show promoting its project in Queensbay Mall and Gurney Plaza in Penang.Just received...
More bad news in the electronics industry in Malaysia.German firm Qimonda, which has a plant in Malacca, has filed for bankruptcy in Munich - thanks to a global glut in memory chips.From the Qimonda website: Region: Malacca / Senai Established: 1973 No....
Never mind the provocative 'Allah' banners in several churches in Penang put up overnight by a 'dirty tricks' person/group (to divert attention away from the anti-price hikes rally today?), the real issue in the minds of many Malaysians is...
A waterfall near high-rise apartments at Bukit Gambir, below and close to the site of an exclusive bungalow project on a hill-slope 110 metres above sea level, has turned murky.This photo was taken early yesterday morning.Another photo taken...
Rather than banning all hill-slope development, the developer-friendly Penang state government wants to emulate Hong Kong in monitoring hill-slopes and it has set up an expert panel.In Hong Kong, those who flout regulations end up in jail.This could be...

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