Malaysia History |Last Race For The Turf Club

23 August 1992, Kuala Lumpur: The 96 year old Selangor Turf Club held its last race after being a landmark of the city in Ampang for almost a century. The club, which opened in March 1896 under the chairmanship of Sir Frank Swettenham, was giving way to planned Kuala Lumpur City Centre project. ‘The Old Lady’, as many fondly call the racecourse, would be relocated to its new grounds in Sungai Besi, off the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban highway. The new track would include a grandstand with capacity of 20,000, the latest betting facilities,… Read More

Berita Ringkas |Kerajaan sudah siap sedia sepenuhnya pergerakan rentas sempadan M’sia-S’pura esok – Wee

JOHOR BAHRU, 16 Ogos — Kerajaan sudah bersiap sepenuhnya bagi pergerakan rentas sempadan antara Malaysia-Singapura di bawah skim Laluan Hijau Timbal Balik (RGL) dan Peraturan Ulang Alik Berkala (PCA), mulai esok. Menteri Pengangkutan Datuk Seri Ir Dr Wee Ka Siong berkata Wisma Putra dan pihak berkuasa Singapura telah melakukan perbincangan teliti sebelum mencapai persetujuan pembukaan sempadan. https://www.bernama.com/bm/am/news.php?id=1870790

Menteri Kewangan rasmi portal rasmi maklum balas Belanjawan 2021

Menteri Kewangan Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz melancarkan portal rasmi bagi mengumpulkan cadangan dan maklum balas Belanjawan 2021 semasa lawatan rasminya ke Johor hari ini bersempena Jelajah Konsultasi Belanjawan 2021. Dalam satu kenyataan hari ini, Kementerian Kewangan berkata melalui laman sesawang http://belanjawan2021.treasury.gov.my, pihak awam boleh mengemukakan cadangan dan maklum balas masing-masing secara terus kepada kementerian itu bermula hari ini sehingga 15 September 2020. “Lawatan rasmi ke Johor kali ini merupakan sebahagian usaha kerajaan Persekutuan untuk mendekati pihak berkepentingan melalui sesi libat urus bagi mendapatkan maklum balas mengenai inisiatif pakej pemulihan ekonomi PRIHATIN dan… Read More

Short News |Bursa Malaysia Opened Lower

Bursa Malaysia opened lower taking the cue from Wall Street’s weaker overnight performance which stumbled in late trade, giving up earlier gains as a selloff in tech shares continued. Investors were also assessing the outlook for the economy amid a slowing down in the number of new COVID-19 cases and a lack of progress toward additional coronavirus aid from Washington, a dealer said. At 9.06am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) fell 7.00 points to 1,557.74 from Tuesday’s close of 1,564.74. —BERNAMA