Sarawak PKR information chief Desmond Kho says the state still lags behind the peninsula in terms of infrastructure, and to go it alone would only do the people a disservice.
The government has only listened to one side, they say, and call for a heart-to-heart meeting with Khalid Samad.
They want more than the RM850 per sq ft offered by the government, says FT Minister Khalid Abdul Samad.
The plans include constructing a more efficient road network, including in Long Pasia, Sipitang, to ease land connections and spur economic activities on both sides.
The prominent economist says Putrajaya must be flexible when it comes to the targetted 3% budget deficit.
The Malaysian Timber Certification Council says organisations which do not export to European countries will probably not apply for certification.
Derek Fernandez says the authorities must tell landowners what developments will be allowed in the area so they can know the true value of the land.
Huawei to invest US$1.5 bil in its existing developer program over the next five years to create apps for its services.
Previous government had failed to give attention to Sarawak, says PM. Now the people in Sabah and Sarawak will be treated the same as those in the Peninsula.
This comes amid an advertising campaign promoting a low-density serviced residence comprising 160 units, said to be built on land meant for NGOs.
Work there for 10 years and when they return, I think there will be changes in Malaysia, says Mahathir.
UKM board of directors chairman Abdul Wahid Omar named deputy chairman.
Development must not come at the expense of the people's wellbeing, says PKR leader.
Huawei promises big investment into tech infrastructure of countries that welcome the Chinese tech giants.
Australia’s prime minister says the country would offer cheap loans to other Pacific countries to cement its position in what he declares as 'our patch'.
2015 plan to be scrapped, and a new plan will focus on sustainable living and development on par with KLCC, says report.
Selamatkan Kuala Lumpur says most have remained silent on land-related matters affecting their respective constituencies.
Economist Yeah Kim Leng says the rail link will help reduce transportation fees for bulk goods, especially palm oil which Putrajaya is heavily marketing.
The team was established to facilitate, evaluate and review the implementation of economic accelerator projects along the ECRL alignment.
Jalan Abdullah folk ask what happened to the KL mayor's promise that there will be no more development on Federal Hill without engagement with residents.
They say they voted for a new Malaysia but are still waiting for PH to make good on many of its promises.
Bosnia offers excellent opportunities to outward-looking Malaysian companies and entrepreneurs who are willing to venture into new untapped markets.
Nancy Shukri says Sarawakians have been feeling neglected in terms of development.
Persatuan Pengurusan Madrasah Al-Hikmah warns against destroying the Bajau Laut culture, and says the government should consult with them before trying to effect change.