LUMUT (June 13): The Malaysian Fisheries Development Board (LKIM) will look to play a greater role in relation to solving the land reclamation and sand dredging activities involving Penang and Perak, which have caused worry among the fishermen.
IPOH (June 6): The Perak government will focus on its commitment to the people by pursuing a balanced development agenda in rebuilding the state.
IPOH (May 31): The Perak state government will hold further discussions with hoteliers on the 50% distribution of its tourism tax collection to the state government commencing this year.
IPOH (May 27): Perak Environment Committee chairman Dr Abdul Aziz Bari said he was shocked over a UK report on a mega plastic waste dump site near here, adding that he “was only aware about the report from a friend”, reported The Star today.
LUMUT (May 23): The reopening of Pangkor Airport this coming Oct 1 is expected to further boost tourism and business on the resort island which will be a duty-free destination by early next year.
KUALA LUMPUR (May 18): It has been revealed that Sungai Siput MP S Kesavan was the lawmaker accused of sexual harassment and he has also denied the allegations.
IPOH (May 10): The decision on the opening of the three-package West Coast Expressway (WCE) in the state will be announced on May 20, said Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
Perak Corp awards housing project to Rapat Setia, with guaranteed proceeds of sale entitlement of RM21m
KUALA LUMPUR (May 3): Perak Corp Bhd has awarded a contract to Rapat Setia Sdn Bhd to develop a 23.
IPOH (April 23): The Perak government has urged district councils in the state to provide free housing to the hardcore poor through the Organised Village Plan (RPT) as they cannot afford low-cost houses even priced as low as RM70,000.