Sorry, No Curly Fries At McDonald’s Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 – The shortage of french fries from the US is spreading, with the Malaysian franchise of McDonald’s also having to cut back on the potato side dish. When it launched the “Prosperity burger” yesterday, as it does annually ahead of the Chinese New Year festivities, McDonald’s Malaysia also

Green Revival Save The Earth 2015

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 23 – Going Green! Save The Earth! Recycle! We had heard all about these campaigns over the years, but uncountable harmful activities caused by human is still ongoing. Thus, involvement and actions are more important in saving our mother earth. “Green Revival Save the Earth 2014” with the

PR1MA To Deliver Its First 600 Units By Year-End

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 23 – Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia (PR1MA), which is a step closer to making home ownership a reality for middle-income earners, is expected to deliver its first 600 units of affordable homes by year-end. Its chief executive officer, Datuk Abdul Mutalib Alias, said the units were from its projects

Expired Food Among Items Seized In Op Gong Xi Fa Cai

GEORGE TOWN, Jan 23 – The Penang Health Department seized 26 types of expired food items valued about RM1,000 at two supermarkets in Alma, Bukit Mertajam today. Raiding officers performed spot checks in the raid codenamed ‘Op Bersepadu Gong Xi Fa Cai’ in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New Year. Among

Water Disruption In The Whole Of Selangor Untrue: Syabas

SHAH ALAM, Jan 23 – The widespread rumour of a large-scale, 36-hours water disruption in Selangor is untrue, said Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas). Its Communications, Corporate and Public Affairs general manager Priscilla Alfred said the 36-hours water disruption only affect two areas in the state, Sepang and Hulu

Datuk, Datin Charged With Cheating

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 23 – A businessman with the title ‘Datuk’ and his wife were charged with 55 counts of cheating in relation to investments in the purchase and reselling of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) tickets and blanket tenders involving RM11.9 million five years ago. Ahmad Sabri Abdul Manaf, 65 and

DiGi Intensifies Mobile Internet Push

SHAH ALAM, Jan 22 – DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd is rebranding itself to be a more customer-centric mobile provider, striving to provide Internet across all platforms as it pulls itself away from a pure voice and messaging focused mobile provider. Chief executive officer Lars Norling said: “Today we cater to majority of

Virgin Australia ‘Forced’ To Cut Fuel Surcharge

SYDNEY, Jan 22 – Virgin Australia today said it will cut fuel surcharges from flights to the US and reduce airfares in response to plunging oil prices, putting pressure on fierce local rival Qantas. The move comes after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said last week it had launched an

Analysts Downgrade CIMB

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 – RHB Research Institute has downgraded CIMB Group’s call to ‘sell’ from ‘neutral’ with a lower target price (TP) of RM5.20 on the bank’s higher loan provisioning and softer revenue growth expectations ahead. The research house noted markets-related income and asset quality as key risk areas to the

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