The housing and local government ministry says these projects were valued at nearly RM10 billion.
China plans to weather its biggest slowdown in decades by investing in infrastructure projects and regional development.
Student life is made a lot harder when working with people you cannot rely on.
Prime Minister points out that Warisan even has three full ministers in the federal government.
Wan Junaidi ticks off DAP's Chong Chieng Jen as a city dweller who doesn't understand water and flood problems.
Awang Azman Awang Pawi says it is 'unethical' to announce development projects prior to elections.
Lim Guan Eng also hits out at Khairy Jamaluddin for claiming PH is taking credit for projects in Sandakan.
The federal government has approved 49 development projects in the area.
He says the Sarawak government had to interfere in the issue due to the bad condition of many schools in the state.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says despite the financial constraints, the government will ensure the security and well-being of Sabahans.
The economic affairs minister says the takeover costs are still being discussed.
Members have the expertise and financial resources, says the Malaysian Bumiputera Contractors Association.
The group CEO of MAHB details plans for the year, which include massive upgrades and improvements to systems to ensure better facilities and comfort for passengers.
Analyst says the Malaysian government's review of various infrastructural projects undertaken by Chinese companies and China's tighter currency control measures have more influence.
A recent cheating case involving a former state Umno Youth leader who received a RM1 million kickback shows how trading takes place in the political marketplace.
Sabah PH Youth urges PPBM to take action against the party’s vice-president Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman for going against the principle and values of the PH coalition.
Shafie Apdal says certain matters need to be sorted out with the central government, such as conflicting powers belonging to state and federal authorities.
The prime minister says the bonds are not being given in exchange for Japanese companies getting projects in Malaysia
Abang Johari says he has approved 309 projects during his visits to rural areas with an allocation of RM5.7 billion.
Infantino's Saudi-backed plans, which have already been harshly criticised, are on the agenda of Friday's meeting of FIFA's ruling council.
There are seven ways, including appointing honest ministers.
Deputy Works Minister Mohd Anuar Mohd Tahir says the rumours were probably created by those dissatisfied with the current transparent administration.
Construction company will take on the superstructure, façade and work for development of a shopping complex and a car park, among others.
'Creative approaches' needed to solve Penang Island’s perennial flash flood problem.