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Six heritage buildings in Penang undergo RM3mil facelift

SIX century-old shophouses in Kimberley Street, Penang, will receive a fresh look when a RM3mil restoration project is completed in June next year.

THE STAR ONLINE

Read more May 05

槟政府耗资300万修复老行业入驻8老屋

槟州政 府履行其维护乔治市内老行业的承 诺,耗资近300万令吉修复汕头 街6间属于槟岛市政 厅的二 级百年古迹 建 筑,并间隔成8个店 面,保留予老行业申请入驻。

E南洋

Read more May 05

Kimberley Street’s pre-war homes is new spot for Penang’s heritage trades

A row of pre-war shophouses previously earmarked for restoration will now become a pilot project for green, heritage spaces that can be divided to accommodate more tenants.

MALAYMAIL ONLINE

Read more April 08

NON-STRATA COMMERCIAL CATEGORY — GOLD
PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS

The Petronas Twin Towers, more popularly known as KLCC, is the pride of our nation, but its symbolic status is not the winning factor.

TheEdgeProperty.com

Read more April 06

New hangout for ardent shoppers

LOOKING for a new meeting place in Kuala Lumpur? Check out the new MyTown Shopping Centre and Ikea Cheras, which boasts 148,645sq m of retail sp

THE STAR ONLINE

Read more March 25

Focus on eco-friendly buildings

With a focus on the concept of “going green”, many property developers here are looking towards building sustainable and environmentally-friendly buildings.

THE STAR ONLINE

Read more March 09

Save Malaysia’s environmental plague and economy

In The Plague, Albert Camus tells the story of the Algerian city of Oran in the 1940s. Illnesses and deaths plagued the city. The book narrates how the Government of the day was completely in denial, slow to react and slow to take action.

ALIRAN.COM

Read more January 26

Penang now has its first Certifiably Green Sports Complex

A brand-new sports complex in Penang has top-notch facilities, including easier access for the disabled. Better yet, it’s now officially the island’s first sports center that’s fully eco-friendly.

CLEAN MALAYSIA.COM

Read more January 24

UTP launches new Research and Development Building

SERI ISKANDAR - Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) today launched its new RM100 million Research and Development (R&D) building at its main campus here.

MALAYMAIL ONLINE

Read more January 10
 
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