A document has been making the rounds among residents in Batu Ferrighi indicating that the permissible building density in Batu Ferringhi has been raised from 15 units per acre to 30 units per acre for the tourism and public housing zones. How did this happen?
The official chart has not yet been updated to reflect the latest position on Sunday, 7 December, but Steve Ripley, head of Soulfood Music, a UK-based Urban/Soul music promotion company, based with Music House tweets:
— Steve Ripley (@SOULFOODMUSIC) December 8, 2014
Penang’s Dasha Logan is scaling new heights as she steps up to the number two spot in the UK Soul Chart, up from fourth place last week.
Taiwan’s Nationalist party, the Kuomintang, which had been drawing closer to China in business and diplomacy, suffered a crushing defeat in local elections. The result has been variously attributed to the rising cost of living, protests over trade deals, and concerns over authoritarian China’s influence in Hong Kong and Taiwan. (more…)
Remember how MOLPay recently wrote to Zunar saying it was being asked to furnish details of the customers of his online transactions to the police?
All of a sudden, MOL has bigger problems than a pesky popular cartoonist:
Now, MOLPay is a payments solution for online merchants that comes under MOL Global Inc, whose headquarters are in KL.
Vincent Tan is the single largest shareholder (according to The Star) with a 45 per cent stake. (more…)