Sungai Buloh folk mull legal action to protect field

RESIDENTS of Bukit Rahman Putra (BRP) in Sungai Buloh are mulling legal action if a proposed expansion of a service road, which will encroach on a football field, is given the go-ahead. BRP residents’ representative Keng Pui Kang said the legal action would be their last resort to stop the development.

F&B industry gradually improving

THE food and beverage (F&B) industry is doing much better as opposed to last year, with operators getting back on their feet again, the Malaysian F&B Operators Alliance said.   The operators said while customers were coming back, their income was hit by high operating costs. 

Discontent simmering over Pakatan-BN seat talks

SEAT allocation negotiations between Pakatan Harapan (PH) and Barisan Nasional (BN) are causing dissatisfaction among supporters in both coalitions, grassroots leaders said. They warned that this simmering discontent can affect their cooperation in the state elections.

Ten Hag rallies Man Utd faithful ahead of FA Cup final

ERIK ten Hag told a raucous Old Trafford that Manchester United have a “really good chance” of winning the FA Cup and ending local rivals Manchester City’s bid for a treble. United finished the Premier League season by coming from behind to beat Fulham 2-1 on Sunday, a win that secured third place in the […]

‘Lift freeze on foreign workers’

PETALING JAYA: The acute shortage of foreign workers in several sectors has eased but the problem is far from over, according to an apex trade organisation. Read full story

Robotic waiters no longer a necessity

PETALING JAYA: With many foreign workers having arrived to fill vacancies in the service sector, “extra hands” which have been helping out at restaurants are now out of a job. Read full story

UiTM plans for third campus in Kelantan

KOTA BARU: Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Kelantan plans to turn an empty building worth more than RM350mil in Lembah Sireh here into its third campus. Read full story