KUALA LUMPUR (May 24): Sime Darby Plantation Bhd confirmed today the Melaka High Court had yesterday granted the company leave to commence judicial review to declare the compulsory acquisition of its Melaka land by Taiwan-controlled company GI A Resources Sdn Bhd as wrongful and void.
JASIN (May 24): The Melaka state government will set up a special committee to ensure pollution in the Melaka River does not recur.
MELAKA (May 23): Sime Darby Plantation Bhd (SDP) was today granted leave (permission) by the High Court here to challenge the compulsory acquisition of its 75-hectare land in Merlimau at a below market price of RM35.
KUALA LUMPUR (May 23): The Melaka Gateway Project’s developer informed the High Court today that it has received a “positive” response from the transport ministry to its appeal over the cancellation of the project, but is seeking further clarification on the matter.
MELAKA (May 22): The discolouration, foul-smell and dead fish in Sungai Melaka are not caused by pollution, but believed to be due to the ocean current, said State Housing, Local Government, Environment and Green Technology Committee chairman Datuk Tey Kok Kiew.
MELAKA (May 15): Melaka Housing Board (LPM) is collaborating with Scientex Heights Sdn Bhd to develop a mixed-residential project valued at RM438.
MELAKA (May 9): The Melaka Registrar of Society (RoS Melaka) invites residents’ associations in the state to apply for community grants (G-KOM) provided by the government to ensure their neighbourhood is safe and peaceful.
MELAKA (May 7): The Melaka state government takes a serious view of the people’s complaints over the alleged soaring electricity bill after installing Smart Meter introduced by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) in the state.