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Puduraya closure postponed

KUALA LUMPUR: The closure of Puduraya bus station, schedule to start on March 19, has been postponed to another date, UDA Holdings Bhd said.

In a statement, he said the postponement was decided during a meeting with the Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Ministry, Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board, Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Road Transport Department and police.

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Former surveyors share success stories

KUALA LUMPUR: Eight distinguished speakers, including Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Tan Sri Bernard Dompok shared their insights on the surveying profession and how it can be a stepping stone to other high-profile careers, at the Galaxy of Surveying Stars seminar on March 16.

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Universal Studios Singapore expects 4.5 million visitors

SINGAPORE: Singapore's Universal Studios located within Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) on Sentosa Island is officially set to open to the public on Thursday (March 18).

The Hollywood movie themed-park opening would cap Malaysia's Genting-owned RWS's phased development of the US$4.4 billion (RM14.62 billion) project.

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#Update* Ho Hup EGM to go ahead

KUALA LUMPUR: Ho Hup Construction Co Bhd's EGM scheduled for Wednesday (March 17) will proceed after the court had on Tuesday, March 16 declined to grant an injunction sought by Extreme Systems Sdn Bhd.

Extreme Systems is a private company controlled by Ho Hup deputy chairman Datuk Vincent Lye Ek Seang.

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Hong Kong’s HOS flats a dilemma for market, government

HONG KONG: A family of seven spanning three generations lives like sardines, crammed into a 700 sq ft Home Ownership Scheme (HOS) flat in Shau Kei Wan. But despite the crowded living conditions, the Huang family has no plans to look for a bigger flat. The reason is simple: they cannot afford to.

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