The developer of the deep sea port and jetty says the new government is wrong to cancel the port operating licence given to it by the previous government.
Sarawak chief minister says it is ironic that the construction of three bridges in the state had been withdrawn but the government intended to produce a flying car.
In an open letter to the prime minister, the MCA president offers several reasons why the project should not be cancelled, including the impact on the local economy.
He says Cabinet decided on this as costs are deemed too high and beyond the government's financial capabilities for the time being.
Minister Yeo Bee Yin says a lot of IPP contracts were awarded directly in 2017 and they didn't offer competitive rates.
Government will award open tender for the project next year.
The allocations will be channelled to Tabung Harapan Malaysia, palace announces.
The veteran newsman defends Putrajaya’s decision to cancel several China-backed projects.
Bantah-TPPA is urging the government to withdraw from the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership as it does not protect Malaysia’s interest.
The typhoon could bring strong winds and heavy rains to northern and central Taiwan, Central Weather Bureau said in a statement on Tuesday.
Bombay court says it cannot grant relief sought by Zakir Naik as he is not cooperating with police and has absconded from India.
The former prime minister says the decision to undertake the project was based on a detailed study by both Malaysia and Singapore.
Transport expert Goh Bok Yen says a new link is still needed to connect other public transport modes, while ex-SPAD chairman Syed Hamid Albar says government can consider MRT3 when economy improves.
North Korea casts doubts on a summit between the United States after seeing military exercises between South Korea and the United States, calling off talks with South Korea today.
Dion has been suffering from patulous Eustachian tube, which requires surgery.
This after Mike Pence condemned North Korean human rights abuses and announced plans for new economic sanctions
Denise Ho, who is openly gay, says officials told promoter her application to perform was rejected because she campaigns for gay rights.
Sukau assemblyman Saddi Abdul Rahman claims Warisan is instigating people, claiming BN is 'afraid' of international NGOs opposing project.
They include the former president of the Sabah Tourist Guides Association.
They had protested in August last year against the state's plan to acquire 130 acres for development, claiming the compensation was less than half its value.
The Umno leader wonders if it was his 'gangster' look that made the cops to cancel the event.
Karangkraf managing director Hussamuddin Yaacub says police have received protests from around the area in Shah Alam where debate was to be held.
Government abandons plan to table the shariah bill in Parliament after taking into account consensus of BN coalition partners.
Whistleblower group chief R Sri Sanjeevan claims he was not formally notified of the cancellation that took effect Sept 14 last year.
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