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.
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad hears first-hand of the problems faced by the Orang Asli community.
FT Minister says projects create jobs and people need houses, but traffic congestion is a continuing problem.
Khalid Samad should also provide a breakdown of how he arrived at the figure of RM150 million to terminate the development.
A spokesperson for the residents says they want all plans for mixed commercial developments off the table, as it is meant to be a low-density residential area.
At a convention on the Asian Tiger, prime minister says China mastered new technology and forged ahead.
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.
Before presenting a proposal to the Cabinet, the FT minister should question the validity of the land alienation, the joint venture contract and the contract appointing the developer concerned.
Giving reasons as to why compensation can’t be that high, they urge the Cabinet to take proper legal advice and review the entire project and ask the MACC to get into the action.
They say the area cannot support anymore large-scale development and urges the government to return it to its original residential status.
Coventry University professor says transformational entrepreneurship training will produce a more versatile workforce.
Economic affairs minister says federal government wants to help Kedah and several other states catch up with the ‘mainstream’ economic growth.