MELAKA (Oct 13): The number of flood evacuees in Melaka has dropped to 112 people at noon, from 122 people this morning, with the closure of the relief centre at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seri Bemban, in Jasin, after all the evacuees there returned home.
MELAKA (Oct 13): The State Government is and will be implementing various measures to solve road congestion and transportation system problems in the city of Melaka, Melaka Yang DiPertua Tun Dr Mohd Khalil Yaakob said.
MELAKA (Oct 12): Another evacuation centre has been opened in Jasin, bringing the total to four in Melaka with the number of flood victims as at 2.
KAJANG (Oct 11): National Property Information (Napic) director Badrul Hisham Awang said plans are being made to form a federal-level independent committee to evaluate fair selling prices for homes in Malaysia, a replication of the model used in Melaka currently.
ALOR GAJAH (October 7): There is no need to lower the price of affordable house (RMM) in the state as the price offered is reasonable and affordable to be the B40 group.
GEORGE TOWN (Oct 1): The National Heritage Department badly requires “a fresh infusion” of funds from the federal government to carry on with its functions, the Malay Mail reported today.
MELAKA (Sept 26): The Melaka government, in collaboration with the Federal government, targets to build more than 48,000 units of affordable housing in the state over the next five years, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari.