KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s economic growth projection for this year will likely be revised upwards, given the solid expansion in the second quarter, said economists.
TANGKAK: A poultry breeder was found murdered in a shed at an oil palm smallholding in Sagil here today, police said.
SETIU: A school in Setiu is now nearly independent of financial assistance from the district Education Department to run its activities.
KUALA LUMPUR: Manufacturing production activities together with those from services and construction have outweighed moderation in palm oil output and softer mining production index, says Maybank Investment Bank.
MIRI: A four-metre long crocodile weighing 300kg was captured in an oil palm plantation in Kampung Labau, Sibuti, 60km from here yesterday evening.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will call up Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and Penanti assemblyman Dr Norlela Ariffin to facilitate investigations into the Sungai Lembu's illegal factory case.
TANGKAK: The body of 12-year old Mohd Afiq Zahrin Zamri believed to have drowned was found nine hours after he was reported missing.
KUALA LUMPUR: ECONOMIC activities in the second quarter of the year have ramped up at a faster pace than market expectations, promising a brighter economic outlook for the first half of the year.
JAKARTA: Top palm oil producer countries of Indonesia and Malaysia agreed to make coordinated efforts in retaliating the ongoing barriers and black campaign on palm oil trade by exposing results of researches on positive usage of the commodity among the public.
KUALA LUMPUR: Investment flows between the 10 Asean nations are likely to breach US$100 billion (RM429 billion) this year as the growth pace now matches the regional trade flows, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.
IPOH: An 18-year-old mechanic pleaded guilty at the Sessions Court yesterday to offering RM50 to a policeman who was on patrol duty in Pangkor Island.
A CASH acquisition or partial cash and share issue in the form of a reverse takeover may enable Premier Nalfin Bhd to keep its listing on Bursa Malaysia.
BANGI, Selangor: Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) says it has representatives at the management and board levels of PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk (EHP), one of Indonesia's largest palm oil companies.
KOTA KINABALU: Following a positive reception, Borneo Wildlife Warriors – an online series focusing on Sabah’s wildlife rangers – will premier its second season next week.
KOTA KINABALU: There is a possibility that the female elephant shot recently at a plantation in Kinabatangan was chased away by planters as the herd was feasting on their crops, Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) said today.