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RM4bn for 8.8km of tunnels and highways? That's what the Penang state government has in mind with two short stretches of tunnels and elevated highways. That works out to RM500m per kilometre. (The reason for the high cost is due...
The present Penang state government has given a commitment that as long as there is no change in government, the Sunway City project in Sungai Ara will not be allowed to proceed. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BTyogDXueo?rel=0&w=470&h=353] Credit to the Sungai Ara residents...
A 'Save Malaysia! Stop Lynas!' is making its presence felt in Perth, Western Australia during a week-long speaking tour to raise support for its campaign against a Lynas rare earth refinery near Kuantan. Work began at Lynas’ concentration...
Listen to the Sarawak government's spin on the reasons for the drop in the water level of the Rajang River. If you believe what they are telling you, the main cause is a dry spell, El Nino, or even...
The Penang state government has agreed to give RM20m in compensation to Boustead Holdings Bhd for scaling down the height of its hotel in the George Town heritage zone from 12-storeys to five storeys.  That's more like it. Boustead...