Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 20 July 2018

Guan Eng: SST can cut consumption tax by half Putrajaya has conceded that the sales and services tax (SST) system is not as transparent as the goods and services tax (GST), but stressed that the former is able to reduce

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 19 July 2018

Western Digital to close its iconic PJ factory by end-2019 After over 20 years in operation, Western Digital Corporation announced that it will be shutting down its HDD (hard disk drive) manufacturing facility in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, by the end

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 17 July 2018

SST to be set at 6% for services, 10% for sales The provision of services will be taxed at 6% under the reintroduced sales and services tax (SST), while the sales of goods will incur a 10% tax, said Finance

Stories About Walking Into Strangers’ Houses That Will Make You Say ‘What The H***’

It’s not uncommon in for real estate agents to encounter strange, disturbing or even supernatural situations in their line of work, especially because it involves properties that have a long history, or occupants with unusual habits. This time around, we

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 16 July 2018

France win World Cup with 4-2 victory against Croatia Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets, including the Champs-Elysees in the capital, after France defeated Croatia 4-2 in Moscow. It is the second World Cup trophy for France

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 13 July 2018

WCT bags RM555mil TRX Lifestyle Quarter job WCT Holdings Bhd’s unit WCT Bhd has bagged a two-year contract worth RM555 million from Lendlease Projects (M) Sdn Bhd to undertake the final construction works of the retail component of TRX Lifestyle

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 12 July 2018

LRT3 gets green light to continue after cost slashed by 47% The Cabinet yesterday approved the continuation of the LRT3 project at a final cost of RM16.63 billion. In his announcement, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said the cost was

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 11 July 2018

Govt mulls lifting ban on RM1mil property The government said the improving economy and signs that buyers are returning to the property sector could see the moratorium on luxury property developments being lifted. Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin

[Infographic] How To Prevent Robbery When Away From Home

Bet you’ve heard stories from relatives and friends who had their house burgled when they were away, or read news about robberies during the festive season when people balik kampung. Well, we can’t be too careful when leaving the house,

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 10 July 2018

Singapore will seek compensation if Malaysia cancels rail plan Singapore will seek compensation for all costs incurred if Malaysia cancels a planned multi billion-dollar high-speed railway link between the two countries. Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan stated that compensation would