Foreign firms control 75% of Britain’s railways

Three quarters of Britain’s rail companies are now in foreign hands after the government gave partial control of the busiest network to an operator based in Hong Kong.

May will pay price for Brexiteers’ promises

The British PM is about to discover that the toughest part of EU negotiations will be satisfying her own hardline Eurosceptics.

Google faces $750m bill in video boycott

A boycott of Google by some of the world’s largest companies will cost it more than $750 million a year, analysts have predicted.

Trump moves to dismantle Obama's climate legacy with executive order

Donald Trump launched an all-out assault on Barack Obama’s climate change legacy on Tuesday with a sweeping executive order that undermines America’s commitment to the Paris agreement.

Sentul community grows a food garden

On a tiny patch of land in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, alongside a busy road and a tightly-packed row of shophouses, something green is growing. Beneath the shade of several towering trees, behind a small rock wall and a hedge of shrubbery, is the Dignity Kitchen Garden, an urban garden comprising seve...

Singapore evaluating when, how best to impose carbon pricing

Move is part of govt plan to cut emissions intensity to 36% below 2005 levels by 2030.

Affordable housing the key

While big property developers are busy building townships beyond the Klang Valley, their “smaller” peers are more aggressive in developing affordable houses in more matured and prime areas in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.

Singapore ranked nicest city to live in Asia for expats, with the best infrastructure in the world: Survey

Singapore topped consulting firm Mercer's list of cities in Asia offering the highest quality of life, and its infrastructure was deemed the best in the world.

In the spirit of the old masters

He’s colourful and ‘alive’. A contradiction, it appears at first, to the instrument and music period the effervescent Professor Datuk Dr Kah-Ming Ng is famed for.

Rahman Dahlan: Cementing 60-year-old ties between KL and Riyadh

MINISTER in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan was instrumental in making Saudi Arabia's King Salman Abdulaziz Al-Saud’s visit to Malaysia possible last month.

Sarawak to develop incubator for digital economy startups

Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Abang Openg has approved an allocation of RM30 million to develop an incubator for local business startups to explore growth opportunities offered by the digital economy.

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Opening of YTL's new Thermae Bath Spa

Managing Director of YTL Corporation said at the opening, "I am delighted to be here today, almost 14 years since we gathered for the official opening of Thermae Bath Spa. This event is lower key and we don’t have the Three Tenors, but it is an important development in enhancing the of...

Leaping with technology

SJK (T) Ladang Edinburgh in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur became the first Tamil school in Malaysia to receive YTL Foundation’s Frog Classroom makeover.

CIMB ties up with Alipay to offer cashless payments to Chinese travellers here

To date, CIMB is collaborating with Genting Malaysia Bhd, DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, YTL Corp Bhd and Maxincome Resources Sdn Bhd, who operates the FamilyMart convenience store chain here, to be the pioneer merchants to accept Alipay mobile wallet payments in Malaysia.

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Lot 10 goes beyond merely switching off lights for Earth Hour

Shopping mall Lot 10 is calling on the business community and the public to join in its efforts to reduce the carbon imprint.


Lot 10 Celebrates Earth Hour

Lot 10 will join billions around the world to 'Switch Off' for Earth Hour, a global 'lights off' event. They launched their sustainability campaign "Together We Can Make A Better World" in collaboration with two partners.

It’s Water Saving Week: Here's how you could save 40 litres of water a day…

DORSET households could save more than 40 litres of water per day – the equivalent to half a bath tub – by becoming more water efficient. That’s the message from Wessex Water as the third annual Water Saving Week gets underway, which promotes water saving tips.

YTL completes 15pc stake transfer in Apco

The US$2.1 billion (RM9.3 billion) oil shale-fired power venture in Jordan has reached a financial close as YTL Power International Bhd completes the transfer of another 15 per cent stake in it.

YTL poised to start US$2.1bil power project in Jordan

YTL Power International Bhd’s unit, Attarat Power Co’s (APCO) US$2.1bil (RM9.3bil) oil shale power project in Jordan has reached financial close for the project to construct the first oil shale-fired power station and open cast mine in Jordan.

Majestic, retro-luxurious stay

Located on the banks of Malacca river, the Majestic Malacca is one of the world’s finest luxury classic hotels with Peranakan charm. It’s a restored mansion which used to be home to a wealthy tycoon back in the 1920s and later became the first hotel in Malacca.

Rosmah Brings Cheer To The Less Fortunate At Chinese New Year Luncheon

The Prime Minister's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor today attended a luncheon held in conjunction with 2017 Chinese New Year celebration at JW Marriot Hotel here.

Minister urges women to join Land Public Transport sector

Meanwhile, Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL) chief executive officer Noormah Mohd Noor said women’s work capacity in the LPT sector had received recognition from advanced countries when entrusted with technical tasks and driving public transport vehicles.



Dive Season Returns to Tanjong Jara Resort

Dive season returns once again to Tanjong Jara Resort, revealing one of Malaysia’s best kept secrets. With monsoon season coming to an end, the award-winning Tanjong Jara Resort invites guests to explore Tenggol Island and discover the curious and colourful realm residing just beneath its c...