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Frustrated cabbies want their own man in Parliament

The Taxi Drivers Transformation Association (Pers1m) is upset the 2020 Budget has no special allocations for them

Penang airport, Subang, Port Kelang to be new digital FTZ

Latest locations in national initiative to make Malaysia a regional e-commerce e-fulfilment hub.

Dirty plastics from Spain brought in through false declaration

24 containers declared as having 'clean used plastics' meant for recycling seized at Port Klang.

Swiss mining giant to take 200,000 tonnes of aluminium from Port...

Sources say this is a direct challenge to Istim UK, which is preventing companies from taking LME warranted metal when needed from its warehouses in Port Klang.

Coming soon, Yeo says on illegal factories update

The environment minister says updates will be provided soon on the status of illegal plastic recycling factories still in Port Klang.

Is Port Klang turning into an international dumping ground?

China bans imported plastic rubbish, rogue Malaysian operators grab it.

Equanimity docks in Langkawi

The superyacht will be located near the resort island while waiting for the bidding process to end on Nov 28.

Court orders ex-PKA GM to pay damages over PKFZ fiasco

Judge says OC Phang owes fiduciary, contractual and common law duties to Port Klang Authority.

Malaysia’s bad handling of yacht pushing down its price, owner warns

The company which owns the Equanimity also questions a court application by 1MDB to sell the yacht, saying it has not been served any legal notice.

Thanks to Equanimity, Port Klang is drawing the crowds

Many people are coming from all over just to get a view of the luxury super vessel which continues to be in the news in connection with the 1MDB scandal.

9 months to determine who owns Equanimity

The 1MDB legal team appointed by the Attorney-General's Chambers says a quick sale is preferable as it costs RM3 million to maintain the vessel every month.

Study on need for double tracks for ECRL

Double tracks will be more efficient and more manageable, especially in terms of schedule and speed of the train, Dewan Rakyat told.

GE14: Will Port Klang return to BN?

Two analysts think the BN and PAS have a chance of defeating PKR for the seat, but another says PKR will prevail.

Mahathir launches bitter attack on Forest City project

The PPBM chairman hopes that the reclamation project in Johor will end up being home to monkeys and baboons.

Patriots want special committee to manage 1MDB

BG (Rtd) Arshad Raji says Rulers must form committee comprising responsible politicians from both ruling and opposition parties as govt has trust deficit.

Liow denies Carey Island port project shelved

Transport minister says the project, which has always been part of plans to expand Port Klang, will add another 30 million TEUs in container throughput.

Report: Carey Island mega port project put on hold

Construction of the RM140 billion development has been shelved due to falling cargo volumes at Port Klang, caused by more shippers moving to Singapore.

Report: Singapore ports will rule, despite Malaysian mega port projects

Asean Today says one reason is the questionable support from China for the port projects that it is financing, as it has allowed shipping giant Ocean Alliance, in which it has interest, to shift from Port Klang to Singapore.

Azmin not sincere about talks over seats, claims PSM

PSM's S Arutchelvan says Azmin Ali is merely recycling old promises made to them.

PSM to contest 3 parliament, 4 state seats in Selangor

The party plans to field candidates in Subang, Hulu Langat, Hulu Selangor, as well as Kota Damansara, Semenyih, Port Klang and Sri Muda.

High time shipping charges were regulated, says FMM

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers calls for a maritime port commission to ensure transport charges are regulated to make ports competitive.

Malaysia’s port dreams not dead yet, says economist

He says changes in strategy, an upswing in commodity prices and a little Alibaba 'magic' might save Malaysian ports.

Mega port projects risk failure, say industry experts

Putrajaya not addressing right issues in quest to build new ports and upgrade existing ones, especially with decline in manufacturing industry, says source.

Malaysian ports remain efficient, says Liow

Transport minister says the current inactivity in the ports are only a short-term ripple effect due to the move by Ocean Alliance to relocate operations to the Port of Singapore.