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Sona Petroleum Bhd, an oil and gas cash shell, has identified a new oil field asset in Indonesia to buy after failing to clinch a deal in September.
A bridge opened on Sunday at the common border of Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam is seen as a catalyst for the socio-economic development of the people in its vicinity.
The notion of a single authority to oversee the management of Brunei's beaches was mooted yesterday at an NGO-led conference in the capital.
N THE SOUTHERNMOST province of Yala where most people speak Malayu, Thai language teachers are using games - and even a karaoke machine - to boost the Thai-language proficiency of their students.
This writer truly agrees with Sarawak CM's urgent call for Malaysians to reject all forms of religious extremism for the sake of continued peace in the country.
Historical memoir: Wan Junaidi launching the book at Tun Jugah Tower in Kuching, with Linggi and Dr Chanin.
From Nashir Mansor BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Dec 8 -- Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei Darussalam are scheduled to hold their annual talks here tonight.
Frank Magazine is known for its scathing, if light-hearted, tone and it does not spare the Chief Minister's daughter and her Canadian husband Sean Murray.
Canadian simulation system manufacturer CAE has announced more than C$100 million in new orders for simulator upgrades and training services, including some from Brunei.
In a strongly worded statement today, Penang Gerakan urged Umno to direct its Bukit Mertajam division chief Musa Sheikh Fadzir to apologise and retract the latter's call for '1Melayu'.
New gas supplies will underpin continued expansion in the country's liquefied natural gas production based in Sarawak.
Palm oil rallied to the highest level in more than 14 months on speculation that rains in Malaysia, the world's second-largest producer, may hamper production of the tropical oil used in everything from food to fuel.