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.
Critics must take note of certain realities before taking me to task and they must remember that I have to attend to the welfare of KL as a whole.
The families, who were helped by PSM in their battle with the developer, will move into their two-room apartment units next month.
One City warns of legal action against those who accuse it of being behind today's violence at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple.
One City says it has spared no expense to ensure an amicable end to the long-standing problem.
This demand comes as many public-listed property developers are currently enjoying fat profit margins exceeding 20%.
PKR sec-gen says what is more important is that the leadership has been briefed on how system works.
A property expert says property bubble will burst only when banks rush to foreclose loans and developers can’t hold on to their inventory.
Federal Territories minister says KL City Hall should be allowed to perform its functions professionally without having to heed orders not in line with its standard operating procedure.
House Buyers Association calls for amendment of the law to ensure developers consider the views of buyers if they want more time to complete projects.
Wan Hazmer Wan Abd Halim has become Malaysia's leading video game developer.
Ehsan Bina Sdn Bhd claims it had bought the Padang Jawa village land in 2012 and the villagers are occupying the land illegally.
Sabah Housing and Real Estate Developers Association warns public of companies marketing 'development projects' such as this, online and overseas.
Auditor-general urges collection of arrears of revenue and firm action against those involved.
Buyers claim cheques given as reimbursement bounced when presented for payment to banks.
High Court rules against developer, says Hock Sui Tong Temple is not a 'trespasser simpliciter' that occupied three plots of land at Taman Kepong.
They lodge a report with anti-graft agency claiming the field was still gazetted as reserve land when it was sold to a property developer.
Housing units were offered for the low price of RM120,000 in Sungai Tua and at least 16 people paid RM80,000 to the "developer".
The FT minister challenges Teresa Kok to repeat outside the Dewan Rakyat her accusation that he works for the housing developers.
The developer had bought the land from DBKL to build affordable houses but part of it will be for high-end condos.
Penang CM says Rahman Dahlan should have the courage to face housebuyers and explain why the ministry concerned is appealing against the High Court decision.
State exco says the case is not the same as EOT granted by housing ministry under Rahman Dahlan.
DAP's Tony Pua claims former housing minister Rahman Dahlan also failed to specify merits for decision to allow extension.
This is a fit and proper case for appellate intervention when the findings and judgment by the High Court is not supported by evidence, says Court of Appeal.
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