KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 22): Malakoff Corp Bhd is acquiring a 71ha piece of land in Melaka for future renewable energy projects, in line with the group’s target of achieving the capacity to generate 10,000MW of power.
MELAKA (Sept 8): The Melaka Health Department has detected a group of individuals posing as personnel from the Ministry of Health (MoH) and fleeing with Covid-19 record books from several business premises around Melaka Tengah district yesterday.
MELAKA (Aug 25): The Melaka state government is planning to create a new economic corridor to attract high-impact investments, to be known as the Melaka Waterfront Economic Zone or M-Wez worth about RM100 billion.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 15): It was reported earlier this week that property developer Hatten Land Ltd managed to find a “white knight”, Singapore-based hospitality and investment firm Tayrona Capital Pte Ltd, to revive the RM2.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): Scientex Bhd’s indirect unit, Scientex Heights Sdn Bhd has proposed to acquire two parcels of freehold land measuring 549.
SINGAPORE (Aug 12): Melaka-based Hatten Land Ltd has signed a pack worth US$323 million (RM1.
MELAKA (July 29): The Melaka government has allocated RM5.
MELAKA (July 23): The Melaka government will not allow hotels in the state to be used as COVID-19 quarantine centres to ensure the tourism sector, a major contributor to its economy, is not affected.